It has been 7 years since others besides my family members started viewing these panorama. Many of you have been receiving these email updates from early 2010. I really appreciate each one of you for viewing and sharing these panoramas, and hope the coming year is good for you.
The Christmas video below carries a message of good will that I hope to carry in my personal life. I hope you enjoy it regardless of your particular beliefs or convictions; it is offered in the spirit of good will:
The opening view of this panorama features an Orionids Meteor, a happy accident, as I had forgotten that this meteor shower was in progress.
Some of you have wondered where I’ve been lately, and that perhaps I actually did fall off a cliff somewhere. The more boring truth is that my commercial advertising photography work has been very busy this fall, for which I am thankful.
Thanks to all of you who subscribe and share these panoramas!
This has nothing to do with Utah of course, but I thought it would be a nice change of pace. The panorama above is from the city of Honolulu, Hawaii. Not far up the island of Oahu’s eastern shoreline, Kahana Bay offers a much more serene view:
Red Canyon, just to the west of Bryce Canyon in Utah, is the setting for this 360° panorama of the Milky Way rising over the eastern horizon:
In this nighttime view, the canyon plays “second fiddle” to the Milky Way above. In daytime hours the bright red soils in this canyon provide a stunning contrast to the green pines which dot this landscape.