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If you want to check out the painting up close yourself, you can click around the massive panorama, or opt for the 3D viewer to get more options when it comes to rotating the work and observing it from different angles.
An area around a pair of dots on the subject’s shirt, for example, allows viewers to dive so far into the panorama that each pixel represents just over 1 micron of real world space.
Hamilton also took some panoramic photographs from the various eminences and all of them turned out well.
It was thus that the young girl gained a panoramic view of the court world, which she had been so anxious to know.
THE FOURTH ESTATE, VOL. 2ARMANDO PALACIO VALDS
It is non-academic in form and by omitting details presents a "panoramic view of the problem."
He used to say that the mountain scenery of Switzerland was too panoramic and had no attractions for him.
BIRKET FOSTER, R.W.S.HERBERT MINTON CUNDALL
There it stands, on a rising knoll, commanding an extensive panoramic view of the town and surrounding country.
His residence is an excessively pretty cottage, commanding a grand panoramic view.
Flying over our country from end to end they will bring back wonderful panoramic views.
THE ROMANCE OF AIRCRAFTLAWRENCE YARD SMITH
It commanded a panoramic view of the Ottawa and Chats Lake in all its solitude and wild grandeur.

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