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Chi stato il tizio che per primo ha visto una mucca ed ha detto: Mi sa che berr qualunque cosa verr fuori da quegli affari quando li avr strizzati? (Bill Watterson) Mungitura sull'alpeggio del Passo San Marco. Who was the guy who first saw a cow and said, "Do you know I will drink whatever comes out of those things when I get squeezed?" (Bill Watterson) Milking in alpine near San marco pass. #rifugilombardia #mountains #montagna #montagnafuturo #italia #italy #lombardia #inlombardia #naturelover #natura #nature #landscape #panorama #summerinlombardia #igersitalia #igerslombardia #igerseurope #mungitura #passosanmarco #orobie #mucca #cow #milking #alpeggio #alpeggilombardi #ersaf

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Hermosa y fresca maana para correr festejando el Da de la Independencia en el mayor museo al aire libre de toda Europa, rodeado de la arquitectura popular y vida rural ucraniana de cinco grandes regiones de Ucrania. A travs de los 9 kilmetros del recorrido por las colinas del territorio, puede uno decir que corri atraves de todo el pas. Aqu junto al conjunto ms icnico, algunos de las decenas de autnticos molinos de viento del lugar. #vyshyvanka #vyshyvankarun #vyshyvankarun2017 #zabih #pyrohovo #pyrohovomuseum #running #9km #iloverunning #dowhatyoulove #independenceday #iloveukraine #pyrohiv #museumoffolkarchitectureandrurallife #view #windmills #panoramicview #panorama #landscape

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HELLO IG Hier soir lors du micro-run en bord de mer dans un lieu marqu par les traces de l'homme Les Carrires de Larquet Je vous souhaite toutes et tous un Bon Mercredi .... Moi c'est mon dernier jour de Taf pour bien clturer les dernier prparatifs avant mon dpart pour Nice Communiquons Notre Sportez vous bien, Prenez soin de vous #landscape #naturelovers #photo #instaphoto #runners #travel #sea #summer #ultratrailer #igersfrance #squadrunner #panorama #instaphoto #trailrunner #goodmorning #paysage #instatrail #trailrunning #ultratrailrunning #running #trail_running #selfie #naturelovers #run_trailrun_lover #ultrailrunners #runnerscommunity #fitfrenchies #happyrunners #teamsmart #strava #gopro #sunset

An extract on #panorama

A panoramic view is also purposed for multi-media, cross-scale applications to an outline overview (from a distance) along and across repositories. This so-called "cognitive panorama" is a panoramic view over, and a combination of, cognitive spaces used to capture the larger scale.

The device of the panorama existed in painting, particularly in murals, as early as 20 A.D., in those found in Pompeii, as a means of generating an immersive 'panoptic' experience of a vista. Cartographic experiments during the Enlightenment era preceded European panorama painting and contributed to a formative impulse toward panoramic vision and depiction. This novel perspective was quickly conveyed to America by Benjamin Franklin who was present for the first manned balloon flight by the Montgolfier brothers in 1783, and by American born physician, John Jeffries who had joined French aeronaut Jean Pierre Blanchard on flights over England and the first aerial crossing of the English Channel in 1785.

In the mid-19th century, panoramic paintings and models became a very popular way to represent landscapes, topographic views and historical events. Audiences of Europe in this period were thrilled by the aspect of illusion, immersed in a winding 360 degree panorama and given the impression of standing in a new environment. The panorama was a 360-degree visual medium patented under the title Apparatus for Exhibiting Pictures by the artist Robert Barker in 1787. The earliest that the word "panorama" appeared in print was on June 11, 1791 in the British newspaper The Morning Chronicle, referring to this visual spectacle. Barker created a painting, shown on a cylindrical surface and viewed from the inside, giving viewers a vantage point encompassing the entire circle of the horizon, rendering the original scene with high fidelity. The inaugural exhibition, a "View of Edinburgh", was first shown in that city in 1788, then transported to London in 1789. By 1793, Barker had built "The Panorama" rotunda at the center of London's entertainment district in Leicester Square, where it remained until closed in 1863. Large scale installations enhance the illusion for an audience of being surrounded with a real landscape. The Bourbaki Panorama in Lucerne, Switzerland was created by Edouard Castres in 1881. The painting measures about 10 metres in height with a circumference of 112 meters. In the same year of 1881, the Dutch marine painter Hendrik Willem Mesdag created and established the Panorama Mesdag of The Hague, Netherlands, a cylindrical painting more than 14 metres high and roughly 40 meters in diameter (120 meters in circumference). In the United States of America is the Atlanta Cyclorama, depicting the Civil War Battle of Atlanta. It was first displayed in 1887, and is 42 feet high by 358 feet circumference (13 x 109 metres). Also on a gigantic scale, and still extant, is the Racawice Panorama (1893) located in Wrocaw, Poland, which measures 15 x 120 metres. In addition to these historical examples, there have been panoramas painted and installed in modern times; prominent among these is the Velaslavasay Panorama in Los Angeles, California (2004).