All posts in Panorama

Sunday Pond

I spent two nights a couple weeks apart at Sunday Pond in Millinocket, Maine recently shooting panoramas and timelapses of Mt. Katahdin reflecting in the pond. What a beautiful place!

Photos of Katahdin Air taking off from Spencer Cover, also Pockwockamus Rock, Compass Pond, and River Pond along the Golden Road in Millinocket, Maine

Easton & Caribou

I took these photos a couple summers ago of Easton and Caribou, Maine while bird scouting with a good friend of mine.

For quite a while I have wanted to take a spherical panorama timelapse. This sky full of star trails consists of 41 stitched panoramas in a timelapse.

I took this spherical panorama at sunset of the dam on the Penobscot River in Howland last Thursday. I waited half an hour for the sunburst to shine through this window, and it only lasted for twelve seconds!

Spring or Winter?

Is it spring or winter?! You decide in this 360° panorama!

A panorama I took of Old Town Fuel & Fiber was presented to Representative Mike Michaud as a Lifetime Achievement Award last week in Washington, D.C.

A few photographers from a local photography group got together to shoot downtown Bangor at night. Here are some of the images I got.

Castle Snow Banks

The snow bank across the road from me did something very odd today after the plow went by. It sort of split into a bunch of almost equal shapes that made it look like the top of a castle wall! So I grabbed the 70-200mm lens and took a few photos, one of them a […]

Icy Brook

Last week I mentioned on Facebook that I’d like to take a spherical panorama of a brook covered in ice and surrounded by snow covered trees. A friend in my town replied back a few minutes later and invited me right over. He had a perfect location behind his house in a forest of cedar trees.