Category Archives: panorama

Griffith Observatory Panorama

Interactive 360° panoramic photo of the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, CA. Photo by Jim Newberry.
(Click on the image to see an interactive, 360° panorama.)  

I shot pictures at the majestic Griffith Observatory last week, the setting for scenes in Rebel Without a Cause and home of glorious terrestrial as well as celestial views. Seeing an orange-robed monk there made me nostalgic for my recent trip to Chiang Mai, Thailand, where I saw Buddhist monks in orange robes every day.  

L.A.’s Grand Central Market

Here’s a 360 degree panoramic I shot a couple weeks ago, at the charming Grand Central Market in downtown Los Angeles. Click the button on the far right for maximum viewing pleasure.

Suvarnabhumi Airport (Bangkok) panorama

Panoramic photo of Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport, by Jim Newberry.

Nuclear Family surveys Wellington, New Zealand

Family gathered around cannon at the peak of Mount Victoria in Wellington, New Zealand. Photo by Jim Newberry.

January 25, 2014, Mount Victoria.

Wellington landscape

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I shot this the other day on my way to Wellington Botanic Garden, on the North Island of New Zealand.

Coburg Lake Reserve panorama

Coburg Lake Reserve, Victoria, Australia.

Wat Chiang Man panorama

360 panorama photo of Wat Chiang Man in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Photo by Jim Newberry.




Here’s a 360 degree panoramic photo I shot inside Chiang Mai’s Wat Chiang Man (AKA Wat Chieng Mun or Wat Chiang Mun) temple. Click on the full-screen (button on the far right) for maximum viewing pleasure.

Ramova Grill

Ramova Grill panoramic photo

Here’s a 360 degree panorama I shot at the legendary Ramova grill in Bridgeport (the neighborhood where last night’s enormous warehouse fire took place) not long before it closed last May. This will be part of an interactive documentary project that filmmaker Jen Kienzler is producing, which will include brief audio stories as told by many of Ramova’s regulars. (She is currently seeking tech help to put it together; if you might be available, please email her.)

The counter, stools, and booths have been relocated to Benton House where they are hosting a “soup kitchen” tomorrow night, with help from Soup and Bread.

Click and drag on the image to pan; use shift and control keys to zoom in and out.