The Illimitable Ocean of Inexplicability

Month: November, 2013

Through the distorting medium of their own desires

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The Nearby Orchard

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The Dark Wood

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Pictures of Portland in Panoramic Proportions

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An image showing a field of view approximating, or greater than, that of the human eye – about 160° by 75° – may be termed panoramic. This generally means it has an aspect ratio of 2:1 or larger, the image being at least twice as wide as it is high. The resulting images take the form of a wide strip. Some panoramic images have aspect ratios of 4:1 and sometimes 10:1, covering fields of view of up to 360 degrees. Both the aspect ratio and coverage of field are important factors in defining a true panoramic image.
 
‘Panoramic photography’ – Wikipedia

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Let’s not get  technical, I know there’s a want to do so, but, I believe the above definition should suffice for those with that desire. Instead, let us, or you, actually, for I was there, imagine traveling together on this adventure into the city with no end in mind but to record what strikes us in the moment and only later to suffer the punishing labors of editing.

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“Return’d so soon! Rather approached too late: the capron burns, the pig falls from the spit, the clock hath strucken twelve upon the bell; my mistress made it one upon my cheek: she is hot because the meat is cold; the meat is cold because you have no stomach, you have no stomach, having broke your fast; but we, that know what ’tis to fast and pray, are pentent for your default today.”

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The Determining Factors

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Getting annoyed with the boxes

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And it came to pass in those days

 

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There were giants in the earth in those days

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Seal of Approval

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A consequence of circumstances

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