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Yosemite Photograph - Yosemite Valley Visualized by Gregory Scott

Yosemite Valley Visualized is a photograph by Gregory Scott which was uploaded on October 4th, 2011.

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Thanks you all for you kind comments, and particularly thanks to the NY, NY customer.

Beautiful. I think this collector chose the right size to do it justice. Congrats on your sale.

Well done, Gregory! Congrats on the sale.

Thanks, Melissa. I really appreciate your comment, and it's quite true. Actually, I consider a lot of my panoramas like that. That's why I'm working on my own website presentation, on my own website. I consider the minimum acceptable THUMBNAIL to be 200 pixels tall by (however many pixels it takes). Likewise, the minimum size image for a medium resolution view should be 900 px tall by (however many images it takes.) To see this in action, check out my prototype code and panorama page at gregscott.com/pano.

Anyone viewing this needs to view the high rez (green square). The details on this panoramic are stunning when viewed larger and just can't be appreciated with the smaller image. Awesome shot.

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very beautiful

Beautiful!

Awesome panoramic & nice detail.

A great shot of one of the greatest places on earth. Good clarity on the zoom in also.

Fabulous panoramic shot!!

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