anthonymaw

Vancouver-based Hong Kong-born Chinese-Candian world travelling photographer and computer analyst who enjoys sharing his experiences with the rest of humanity for the greater good of exploration and adventure. www.anthonymaw.com


Highest Altitude Lake in the World. Lake Tilicho Lake, Manang Nepal
Highest Altitude Lake in the World. Lake Tilicho Lake, Manang Nepal
anthonymaw (9 months ago)
Well done. I wish I was there!

siblog (9 months ago)
Wonderful pano. I'm glad you were inspired to take this. Looking forward to seeing more from your trip.

MorganR123 (9 months ago)
Absolutely beautiful

bikuciku (9 months ago)
what a wonder

Panorama-Anarckia (9 months ago)
Just perfect !!

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Mars Rover: 'Bonestell' Panorama from Spirit
Mars Rover: 'Bonestell' Panorama from Spirit
MagiView (Over 1 year ago)
Superb, Mark. Favorited!

thebull123 (Over 1 year ago)
Very neat images.

anthonymaw (Over 1 year ago)
Q: are the rocks really blue-green colour or is this a false colour image?

Mark_Kimura_PhD (Over 1 year ago)
Thank you pointing that out. I corrected the typo.

Haapala (Over 1 year ago)
Great panorama! but Von Braum? do you mean http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wernher_von_Braun

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Curiousity Sol 3
Curiousity Sol 3
MagiView (Over 1 year ago)
Thank you very much, Andrew, for your explanations, thanks to which I have done my own - with very personal colors - at http://photosynth.net/view.aspx?cid=1b64e836-3a5a-49e8-afc5-1a626ecdffd0

Andrew0002 (Over 1 year ago)
Please see http://photosynth.net/view.aspx?cid=9096a7e3-745f-4235-b94c-5a739cd9f30d for the new version with some of the gaps filled in.

Andrew0002 (Over 1 year ago)
Thanks @HarasPlessis . I had to download the photos individually from the Raw Images page (see link in description). However, it appears for the mast cam that the images are saved sequentially so you can get to the images without having to navigate through their web page. Example: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/msss/00003/mcam/0003ML0000###000E1_DXXX.jpg The ### portion of the URL is the sequence number. This panorama was created from starting at 010, then 011, 012, 013 - all the way to 139. There are some images missing from this sequence, but NASA has been adding images steadily since the "brain transplant" completed - so hopefully I'll be able to fill in the gaps soon. Hopefully NASA will add a mass download option in the future.

HarasPlessis (Over 1 year ago)
Great Andrew. I have "favorited" it. Did you download each photo individually from the NASA website? Or is there a way of downloading bundles?

Andrew0002 (Over 1 year ago)
@anthonymaw My thoughts exactly. :-)

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