Thursday, November 15, 2007

Indian Village Panorama, 1958

It's time for some Photoshop phun today. I had two rather "blah" slides taken from the Mark Twain, looking towards that familiar old Indian Village. Hmmm, I wonder if I could knit them together into one hopefully-more-visually-impressive panorama?

And lo! It came to pass. It turned out pretty good! The split is almost where the white rock is. There's a bit of weirdness in the water, but somehow I can still sleep at night.

I like the fact that you can see a bit of the Twain to the left, this picture reminds me of the wonderful set of 13 panorama postcards that were sold at the park around 1956. You can see nearly the entire village, from the kid and his dog on the canoe at the left, to the two soggy mooses at the right.


Anonymous said...

A beautiful job in Photoshop. Thanks for the effort. - Katella Gate

Anonymous said...

Wow! Nice job! But I believe they would be more properly called 'soggy meese'. Plural, you know.

Anonymous said...

This is a gorgeous shot. I would never have guessed it was originally two photos. Thanks for all your time and efforts. Reading this blog is always a highlight of my day.

Now if only someone would mirror your efforts with Disney World--I grew up in Florida, so it would be something I could possibly actually remember!