It just occurred to me that I could post the nearly exact locations of my panoramas. The panorama featured today was taken just outside the Louvre. There were crowd control gates “preventing” people from entering the square with I.M. Pei’s pyramid, but I was a little reluctant to jump them at first. So, while I waited for the museum to open, or to build the courage to sidestep the gates, I took this series.
First, I show the flattened proof of the cube. Following that are two stereographic projections. If you click on any of the images, you will be taken to the full gallery on http://www.tagermer.com.
Coming next: a series taken next to the pyramid.
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