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Lazy Sunday Afternoon

Erik Krause

Picking Cherries in Our Garden

Freiburg, south west corner of Germany

June 24, 2006 - 12:30 CEST

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© 2006 Erik Krause, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

There are two cherry trees in our garden, one with sweet black cherries which ripe earlier and one with pale yellow ones (yes, they are ripe - they don't get red).

Those yellow cherries give a wonderful golden jam and I picked about 15 kilo after shooting the pano, enough for a two years supply of jam.

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Additional Caption: Behind the scene : how this panorama was made ▼

Location

Europe / Germany

Lat: 48° 0' 59.77" N
Long: 7° 51' 11.88" E

Elevation: 5m above ground

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

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Equipment

Canon EOS 600 with 16mm Zenitar fisheye, Monopod with self made pano head tied to some branches, Fuji Reala 100 scanned on Nikon LS40, PTGui, smartblend, Photoshop CS2

Behind the scene : how this panorama was made

This time I didn't hold the kamera on the monopod free hand like I did for Best of 2005 and Marketplace submission and my Welcom to Verdon panorama.

The monopod with pano head was tied to some branches of the tree. Hence it was possible to use a cable release and self timer to shoot myself, picking and relaxing. For the nadir shot the monopod was tied horizontally and the no-parallax-point was measured roughly with a pocket rule.
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