Saturday, September 25, 2010

A Room With A View

OK, so it's not much of a view - but you can call me easily entertained, if you wish. In the afternoon when I know for sure I'll just fall asleep if I lie down to try reading while taking a rest I'll sometimes opt to sit by the window (or on the balcony, if there is one) and observe the area around where I'm staying... and then go lie down and nap; naps being a guilty pleasure I give in to as often as possible.

This is again a panorama of several photos, but this time it's of three horizontal pictures made into a vertical image, giving a nice view of the back side of the building block next to my Asia Hotel room one trip. Click a second time on the image in the window that opens up and then scroll around to see the whole thing.

I like the wooden shutters, the screened back balcony, the small spirit house down in the parking area and the additions-on-additions-on-additions of sun and rain coverage extending out from the building itself, all in the name of making a house a home.


Shamelessmack said...

You stitched three photos together? That's very well done; I wouldn't have guessed till you said so.

khunbaobao said...

Thank you, Mack. Yes, most people think of panoramas as being w-i-d-e horizontals of pics side by side, but it also works with images joined top to bottom. There are a couple others like that in the Vachiratharn waterfall post from June 9th. Some work better than others, but it's a cheap way to work around not having a wide angle lens!