My first two panos ever

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  1. invisible

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    Both were shot near the international bird-buff magnet that is Delta Marsh, here in Manitoba, using 7 or 8 photos for each. I might get addicted to this...
     
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    i love that first one, makes the whole place seem really isolated
     
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    Nicely done!
     
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    great panos congrats they look very beautiful...
     
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    The place is actually quite isolated, and I think the curved horizon also helps give a feeling of "I can see 10% of the surface of this planet and no one around so it must be lonely around here" :)

    Thanks everyone for your kind comments, much appreciated!
     
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    Very nice. I love the first one. The dark clouds really add to the mood.
     
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    very nice, love the first one.
     
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    Nice couple!!! I like panos very much because they sure do bring out the surroundings. That first shot is really good :thumbup:
     
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    Thank you very much for your comments, people, you guys are really kind.
     
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    Aren't pano's fun?!?!?! Great job stitching!
     
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    exactly what i was thinking =D
     
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    I really like the vast expanse and dramatic skies. My nitpicks: I don't like the centering of the subject on #1 and they both seem a tad soft.
     

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