Cardinals are one of the most abundant bird species in North America. After having a number of people ask about them, Nancy finally captured a cardinal picture she was happy with. Here it is. For more information about the shot and the bird, go to our new Male Northern Cardinal page.
You can be the first to own a print of this image. The image should be as sharp as any on a canvas print up to 8 feet high and 27 feet long, but our printer will only go just above three feet by ten feet. As for how to get a print larger than […]
I finished this image on the fourth anniversary of the day we took it (no, that’s not bragging – just coincidence). But it is the third image we’ve introduced (see Introducing “Royal Terns” and Cedar Keys Lighthouse: A New Gigapan) from the fateful day that I ruined Nancy’s best camera and lensstory. We finished our […]
Our first new picture of 2021, this image of the old lighthouse on Seahorse Key is roughly 24,900 pixels high by 106,000 pixels across, covering a horizontal field of view of about 210 degrees, and includes 243 photographs. To learn more, go to its webpage, www.BeeHappyGraphics.com/gallery/CedarKeysLight.html. From there, you can follow the link to the […]
We’ve just finished our image of the old courthouse in Bartow. It is almost 32 thousand pixels high by 88 thousand across and incorporates over 450 photographs. For more information (and a slightly larger picture), go to its webpage, www.BeeHappyGraphics.com/gallery/courthouse.html. From there you can follow the link to the full-size image on the Gigapan site, […]