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Re: 360 Panoramas + PEAK LABELS

Postby Colorado dreaming » Thu Apr 10, 2008 1:45 pm

Great Job Bill! This is an incredible feature - you are what makes this a top notch, second to none, site! It's like you read my mind - I am always guessing at what peaks I am looking at. I am going to see how I can print these out this summer to take with me.

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Re: 360 Panoramas + PEAK LABELS

Postby covfrrider » Thu Apr 10, 2008 1:50 pm

It's possible that because of the proximity of oxford to the line of sight, the light being captured by the lens is distorted (bent), and that's why the discrepancy. Here's a crop of that section with a perfectly horizontal line scribed at the level of the top most pixel on the east peak.
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Re: 360 Panoramas + PEAK LABELS

Postby ontopoftheworld » Thu Apr 10, 2008 2:02 pm

Dave wrote:That is so weird... even from the top of Belford East Buffalo Peak looks higher than West Buffalo. Every angle I look at these peaks from it seems this way.

These are friggin' sweet Bill, hopefully I don't lose my job for gawking at them.


I always think the same thing about Grays/Torreys... I will never believe that Grays is actually higher (even if only by a few feet).

I don't know if Bill fully understands the amount of work productivity that is lost in this country every day due to his dedication to this site. 14ers.com is worse for America than March Madness. :P

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Re: 360 Panoramas + PEAK LABELS

Postby Dave » Thu Apr 10, 2008 2:05 pm

I've climbed West Buffalo but not East and even from the top of West I thought East was taller. Bill is probably right about it just being an estimate. The summit marker on West Buffalo was really old and had a different peak name... I think it was Marmot Peak or something. (Sorry to hijack the thread. I'll shut up now)

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Re: 360 Panoramas + PEAK LABELS

Postby BillMiddlebrook » Sun Apr 13, 2008 8:56 am

Oxford is done...
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Re: 360 Panoramas + PEAK LABELS

Postby susanjoypaul » Sun Apr 13, 2008 1:46 pm

...and the world's most precious webmaster is Bill. These are incredible. I can't decide if I should print them out and wallpaper my bedroom with them, or get out there and reclimb all these, now that I know what the heck I'm looking at up there. Really amazing work...

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Re: 360 Panoramas + PEAK LABELS

Postby DHatfield » Sun Apr 13, 2008 3:25 pm

These are great Bill!!

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Re: 360 Panoramas + PEAK LABELS

Postby BillMiddlebrook » Sun Apr 13, 2008 3:36 pm

And Crestone Peak

Thank you for the positive feedback!!
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Re: 360 Panoramas + PEAK LABELS

Postby d_baker » Sun Apr 13, 2008 3:54 pm

Nice work Bill.
thanks.

(pss...but I think E. Crestone is 14,260ft;)


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Re: 360 Panoramas + PEAK LABELS

Postby glad2Bme » Sun Apr 13, 2008 5:00 pm

Very nice!
so you really can't see Humbokdl from Crestone Peak?
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Re: 360 Panoramas + PEAK LABELS

Postby BillMiddlebrook » Sun Apr 13, 2008 5:16 pm

E. Crestone - fixed.

Nope, you can't see Humboldt's summit from the summit of Crestone Peak - contrary to page 87 in Chris Davenport's "Ski the 14ers" photo book.
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Re: 360 Panoramas + PEAK LABELS

Postby BillMiddlebrook » Sun Apr 13, 2008 6:23 pm

And with the addition of Crestone Needle, here is the list so far...

Here's the current list of summit pans that I've labeled:
Front Range
- Grays Peak
- Torreys Peak
- Mt. Evans
- Mt. Bierstadt
- Pikes Peak
Elks
- Capitol Peak
Mosquito
- Mt. Lincoln
- Mt. Bross
San Juans
- Mt. Eolus
- North Eolus
- Sunlight Peak
- Windom Peak
Sangres
- Crestone Peak
- Crestone Needle
- Blanca Peak
- Ellingwood Point
- Little Bear Peak
- Mt. Lindsey
Sawatch
- Missouri Mountain
- Mt. Belford
- Mt. Oxford

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