Sunday, August 21, 2016

Interactive 360 Aerial Panorama of the Tall Ships

This view, taken this morning, will give you a good overall view of Duluth and the Tall Ships.
The image is a composite of 39 images taken with a camera drone.
Click on the image to have a look around. (double click the 360 after it pops up to go full screen)
Enjoy!

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful... and beautiful weather. Looks like much time went into this project. Thanks...

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  2. Beautiful. ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL! Whatever they're paying you, Dennis, it ain't enough.

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  3. Yes Amazing! Makes my Marine Traffic app make sense and come alive. It's great not just to see where the ships are ( never could figure out where Galeon was) but also to see what the shore and all the buildings look like. And all those little inner canals. THANK YOU! Casna

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  4. Doesn't look anything like I remember when I left in 1966 after serving 3 1/2 years at the Air Force Base (which doesn't exist anymore). Still have a soft spot for that place - even though East anways beats Moorhead in hockey !

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  5. Master O'Hara!

    I wasn't able to attend the tall ship festivities this year due to medical reasons. Your time and trouble made it possible for me to enjoy it anyway.Thank you very much for sharing!!!

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  6. Thanks Dennis for another job well done!
    Neil

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  7. Meanwhile, the 1000' Walter J McCarthy slips silently into harbor under guidance of captain Sig Hansen. Oh wait, wrong show.

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  8. Thanks for posting this. You did another fantastic job Dennis.

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  9. this is fabulous I didn't realize that this site existed When I travel to Ariz. this winter I am going to share with all my friends so they can see what a beautiful city Duluth is and what wonderful things like this we have to offer.
    Thanks a bunch for your talent.

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  10. Anyway to save the 360 video? Living in Lorain, Ohio and have never been to Duluth. This gives us an absolutely fabulous idea of what the Duluth Superior area looks like

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