Flying Below Ground Level, 360 degree Live Action Photosynth,

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BAlvarius

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This "inside out" 360 degree counter clockwise rotating photosynth of Paramore Crater in southeastern Arizona was created by spiraling up out of this 400 foot deep crater and is the first photosynth combining both above and below ground photographs taken while flying (aerial photographs). It accurately reproduces a never before seen pilots view of spiraling up out of a crater. This volcanic crater is part of a Geronimo lava and cinder field that extends from San Bernardino Valley (the south end of San Simon Valley) into Mexico.

See the crater from the outside at the following link.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/balvarius/3559776595/
A topographic map of the crater
http://theskygypsies.blogspot.com/2009/08/aerotrekking-reaches-new-low.html
On Bing maps
http://www.bing.com/maps/#JndoZXJlMT1wYXJhbW9yZStjcmF0ZXImYmI9NDEuMzQzODI0NTgxMTg1NyU3ZS05NS42MjUlN2UyNi4zMTMxMTI2Mzc2ODI3JTdlLTEyOC4yMzI0MjE4NzU=
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Date Created 8/2/2009
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dougmath Over 1 year ago
This looks great with the new overhead view!
BAlvarius Over 1 year ago
Thanks, by circling the aircraft and then climbing inside this crater the viewer gets a better appreciation of the scale of this volcanic maar in the Geronimo volcanic field.
BAlvarius Over 1 year ago
Your correct, the overhead view shows Paramore Crater in a nice 3D relief. The black center is where I circled up in the aircraft and did not get any coverage.
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