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(March 15–21, 2006)

Elizabeth Gentile


Caroling Geary

Between Sundial and the Hedge

Seaside, Florida, USA

Equinox, 2006-03-20, 12:26pm CST

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© 2006 Caroling Geary, Some Rights Reserved. Creative Commons License

The Seaside sundial area is bordered by a thick hedge in Natchez Park. The eight photographs for this panorama are from the exact time of the equinox, which is a border between the seasons. This movie was much richer with a Flash animation that came from a vision from this time. Since QuickTime no longer supports Flash tracks, that vision is lost.
About Borders at http://www.wholeo.net/Trips/Art/Web/TripsArt/Travel/Florida/borders/flBorders.htm includes related photos, site information for Natchez Park at Seaside, Florida, USA, and journal entries for the visions.

Immersive Interactive Imaging at Wholeo Online

USA-Canada / USA-Florida

Lat: 30° 19' 18.36" N
Long: 87° 9' 30.68" W

Elevation: 9 feet

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

Canon 300D (Digital Rebel) dSLR camera, Nodal Ninja panohead, EF-S 10-22mm lens, RAW. IS0 200. 1/200 sec at f/9. Focal length 12 mm. Photoshop CS and QuickTime VR Authoring Studio for processing and stitching panorama. Macromedia Flash 8 for animation. QuickTime 7 and QuickTime 6 Pro to composite the tracks. Macintosh computer: Dual2.7 GHz Power PC G5.
Behind the scene : how this panorama was made
The midday time of the equinox was windy with variable clouds. At the exact moment, the sky was overcast. I chose the panorama from this time (12:25pm - 12:27pm CST), marking the exact border between seasons and the time of balance between night and day. Photos on my website, wholeo.net, show sunshine marking times just before and after the equinox.

I chose the Seaside sundial site as an enclosed space marked off from the residential neighborhood with a thick hedge border as a special place for celebrating the passage of time, acted out in light and space by the heavenly spheres of earth and sun.

I used a panohead for the first time and was delighted with its assistance.

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