One of the advantages of having a GPS is that I never really feel lost. Instead, I feel better equipped to explore. Especially when following coastal areas, where I can see the edge of the land mass on the GPS, I feel compelled to ask, “I wonder where this road leads?”
And when that unsealed road dead ended in a wooded area where the GPS shows the ocean is hidden by just a few hundred feet of trees, I hopped out of the car and went exploring on foot.
This is what I found…
BTW: Shooting panos on the very edge of sheer drop offs, like this one, is scary as hell! When shooting a pano, you have to always be completely behind the camera in every shot. That means standing precipitously close to the drop off. Just does me in![The images below are not movies or still images. They are three presentations of the same 360º Panorama.
- The first is full screen enabled—just click to play, then click the full screen icon. This pano is “self-driving,” but you can take control of it at any time you wish. It will also work on iOS devices.
- The second and third will appear in a lightbox, without music, in high definition and standard definition respectively.
After clicking any of the “Play” buttons below, use your mouse (click and drag) to move up, down and all around the panorama in 360º space. [Shift] zooms in, and [Control] zooms out.]