Ken Marchionno
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  Crestline Panoramas  

These images were taken in the Crestline CA area, near my home.
Stitched together from as many as 120 vertical captures, at full resolution they measure 24 inches tall by up to 25 feet long.

The pieces are beautiful and quiet and have a unique presence in person.

Because the pieces are so long at full resolution, the audience is invited to approach and encounter the work by moving along its length.

These panoramas are very much about the discovery in looking and seeing. They are like little dreams and celebrate the sweetness of small things. They are about focus, and lenses, and light and color and resolution. And time, they are slices of time, captured at f2.8, over three minutes in a 5-foot arc from a central point.

see also: Bohemian Landscapes