Pittsburgh 360 (from roof of Trimont on Mt. Washington)

Though it has stitching flaws, this panorama captures the entire Pittsburgh region as seen from the rooftop top of the Trimont building on Mt. Washington. It was taken on 11/14/13 by Paul Heckbert (seen reclining on the rooftop) as part of the Pittsburgh Gigapanorama project, along with Rick Palmer and David Bear (who can also be seen in the image). For a more zoomable gigapan version of this panorama and other images from this project, visit The Pittsburgh Gigapanorama project website (http://gigapanorama.org).

Copyright: Pittsburgh gigapanorama project
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 48994x11254
Uploaded: 07/12/2013
Updated: 13/12/2013


Tags: pittsburgh; pennsylvania; mt. washington; gigapixel; panorama; cityscape; confluence; golden triangle
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