Panorama - post them here weather, shelf clouds etc

Doug Raflik and I in 2002 saw this monstrous wallcloud that morphed into a huge shelf.
Below is the Quicktime VR movie of the shelf cloud.
What is QTVR?
Made by Apple (you can get PC and Mac versions) , the software allows you literally to make a panorama that is more then a panorama. You can click on the computer screen in the little window and move 360 degrees around what you have photographed/ videoclipped .
Very Coool!!!
Try looking at my webpage and see what I put together that Doug and I saw that great day.
Wait a bit for the software to kick in on the page.
Then place cursor on the picture area and go around , up and down and see what QTVR does.


Also here are two more I created.
One is a QTVR of me shooting inside the crater of Mt. St.Helens in 1988 (no not while it was exploding!!!). We were one of only a few teachers let inside. The closest thing for me to be on the moon.
Also my QTVR of the Meteor Crater in AZ.


And post your weather/tornado or earth-space panoramas - past or present.
Include what software you used, how long it took to make the panaorama and how many pics stiched and any other details

? let me know :lol:
Funny that this thread should just start! Just last night, I finally composed a panorama from a tornado-warned HP supercell that we (Silver Lining Tours) chased just north of Scottsbluff, NE on June 23, 2006. What an awesome, awesome storm to end our tour with (full account here). The stitching was all done manually in Photoshop CS2; it took about an hour and a half to make.

Here's a decently small version, and a larger version that you have to scroll to view.
Here's some of my best.
All were made using a program called Videobrush Panorama which is not available anymore.

May 24, 2000 - Texas Panhandle

May 29, 2001 - Claude, TX

May 28, 2001 - Trinidad, CO

May 27, 2001 - NW Oklahoma

And last but not least:
May 27, 2001 - NW Oklahoma