Posts Tagged ‘Panoramas’

Buffalo Hides: from Historical Account to Modern Panorama

I have a couple of developments on the buffalo hide front that may be of interest:

1. I enjoy reading historical accounts of the buffalo and found an oral history taken by the American Museum of Natural History back in 1913. They spoke with a female member of the Hidatsa tribe and she talked about how they used buffalo hides. You can read more about this on my e-commerce site. I also include pictures comparing a summer buffalo hide to one in winter.

2. I have a great new buffalo hide available and, for something new, I’ve created a panorama of it. You can zoom in and out as well as scroll back and forth. My whole goal is to help you envision how the buffalo rug will look in your cabin or mountain lodge. You can go to the panorama page by clicking here.

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360 degree tour: Red Cliff

This is a 360 degree panorama I shot with my Canon Digital Rebel T1i (you should buy the T2i now). This is a spot about 41 miles north of West Yellowstone and you can see in the panorama how it got its name. There’s a campground here, and people do rock climbing here also. That’s the Gallatin River in the foreground.

Click the bottom right button to launch into full-screen mode and use your mouse to spin around the entire scene.

View Directions to Red Cliff Campground in a larger map

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