Greeenland Bustup by lemonjim ()
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Passing over Greenland the other day, and made two shots out the window. I liked the way the bergie-bits were embedded in the sea ice, cracking up and finally getting their own fogbelt.
[Ed. Coordinates, about 30 minutes or 300 miles later, were N06916.6 W03202.4 for you with Google Earth.]
Here I've stitched them together into a long quasi-"slit-scan" photo. I gave up on color which was all blue and white anyway. It was a few minutes between shots, and the seam is not in the middle! It's about 150% the width and 80% the height of one shot.
Thanks for viewing!
Image Comments (8)
Burpee () 10:16PM | Tue, 30 May 2006
What an awesome and breathtaking view! This is how I think of Greenland...all ice and snow but I know there's people and culture there. Amazing snap here!
Digimon () 11:09PM | Tue, 30 May 2006
So real it looks fake! I didn't notice the stitch until you mentioned it. Looks like a perfect location to shoot "At the mountains of madness". What a view!!
nelsone () 6:32PM | Wed, 31 May 2006
Seamless presentation of some seriously seamed terrain. The B&W makes it look like a Shackelton documentary.