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Don Bain's 360° Panoramas

This site is being rebuilt from the ground up.


I have been working steadily on finding all my images and organizing them into regions. At the same time I am working on interface features. Hopefully I will at some point acquire a script that will convey the textual data from my spreadsheets into the authoring software. For fun I am writing regional introductions, and photo captions.

The next regions to be added may be these, listed in geographic order, but not necessarily completed in that order.

Victoria and the Coast and Islands of British Columbia (46 localities)
Many beautiful places, including scenic ferry rides.
The Oregon Coast (49 localities)
I may be traveling there soon.
Redwood National and State Parks (28 localities)
A medium size region, and one of my favorite places.
Lassen Volcanic National Park and the Modoc Plateau (24 localities)
Perhaps including areas recently burned.
The Central Coast of California (109 localities)
A huge collection of images — Santa Cruz, Monterey, Carmel, Big Sur, Morro Bay, Pismo Beach, Jalama.
Western Colorado
Anasazi ruins, dinosaur bones, petroglyphs and high plateaus. (19 localities)
New Orleans and Southern Louisiana
Plantations and swamps, plus one of my most complete city tours. I shot New Orleans using a monopod.
Savannah and Southern Georgia
America's most beautiful small city plus the Okefenokee Swamp. (19 localities)
Oahu, Hawaii
A handful of panoramas shot on film in 1997 -- these have not been available on-line in 20 years. When the pandemic finally fades away I hope to return to Oahu and make a whole new series of panoramas.
The Big Island of Hawaii (41 localities, more than 300 panoramas)
I am uploading localities as I finish them, hoping to provide captions for all of them, plus some maps.
Baja California Desierto Central, Mexico (11 localities)
A fairly comprehensive coverage of the the coasts and deserts of central Baja.
French Polynesia
A small number of panoramas of Mo'orea and Raiatea, shot on film, some with a disposable cardboard camera. Early days, this trip was in 1996.

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