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Best of 2007

(January 1st - December 28th, 2007)

Andy Savage

Friar Gate Railway Bridge

Gerardo A. Sanchez

Le Parkour

Mérida, Venezuela

March 20th, around 11:00 A.M. local time

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Le Parkour

As usual, select the "best" pano of the year is not an easy work and could be a very subjective assignment. This year was maybe the more productive panorama year of my life and I have hundred of them to pick up only one.

I just selected this one maybe because this has a very good critic from the visitors on my site and was really a challenger for me made that. This pano is one of a group of panos from a training of "Le Parkour". They are a multi exposure with the camera in a burst mode and then combined in PS. You can see some others panos with the same theme here:


Le Parkour or l'art du déplacement (the art of displacement) is an urban activity of French origin, the aim of which is to move from point to point as efficiently and quickly as possible, using only the abilities of the human body. It is not a extreme sport and never should be take as a competition. It require not only a physical body preparation as also a brain control that let fight against their own fright and limitations. More info about Le Parkour at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parkour

Other favorites from 2007

My wife, Alleidy, as a conductor of a chorus of deaf people in a concert with the Merida Symphony Orchestra:


A goal in a match between Bolivia and Peru during the America Soccer Cup 2007:


The last station of the Merida cable cars, the longest and higher mountain cable car in the world:


The Venezuela Cycling ride arriving to my town:


Nikon D50, Sigma 8mm, home made panohead. Software: PanoTools, PTGui, Adobe Photoshop CS3, Pano2QTVR

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