Re: [PanoToolsNG] Chimney stack panorama
- View SourceOn 8/2/2007 5:55 AM, Keith Martin rambled on about ...:
> Sometime around 2/8/07 (at 02:47 -0700) Pat Swovelin said:Look, if it didn't rain at Glastonbury the British economy would
>> > http://www.thehelpful.com/photos/v/family/chimney+pano+small.mov.html
>> Cool! Were you in the house at the time, if so, how loud was the
>> lightning strike?
> Me, no. I was actually taking panos at a festival at the time (well,
> I was attempting to; the rain and mud was incredible) -
collapse in all of the confusion of music *and* sunshine at the same
> but my wifeWow! How old is your son and did you talk to him about it? If so what
> and younger son were in the house at the time.
> She said it was ridiculously loud and that she felt it as much as
> heard it. Her eyes were closed tight at the time (she was showering),
> but she said she still saw an incredibly bright flash.
did he have to say?
> The house filled with soot (so much for the shower!),It was probably a plot by the local vacuum cleaner salesman.
> both ourDid you have any computers turned on and were they projected by surge
> fireplaces were pushed an inch from the wall, and a number of things
> - mainly the wired networked stuff, but also my lovely amplifier
> (sob) - were fried.
> (But it isn't a total disaster - the insurance company says they'llGreat ... then you *did* have a couple of computers plugged in, didn't
> cover it all.)
you? Ahem, didn't you? =8^)
> I shot two more panos while I was on the scaffolding, and I've justYes except you didn't blend all of the wood ... some of it looks new.
> added them to that gallery: http://www.thehelpful.com/photos/v/family/
> They aren't as dramatic as the one with the chimney close-up, but the
> third was taken over the space where the ladder is. I think the nadir
> patch worked fairly well.
> kPat Swovelin
Cool Guy @ Large