RIDEAU CENTRE PANORAMA
I'm particularly proud of this Autostitch composite picture, which shows the entire Rideau Street side of the Rideau Centre, the main shopping centre in downtown Ottawa. While you can see cars chopped in half and ghostly people, as far as I can see, the composite of the architecture of the mall itself is perfectly merged... I don't see any seams anywhere. And I like the perspective distortion, which makes it almost look like a circular building, when, in fact, this wall is flat, and the two skywalks to the Bay department store come across almost like airline loading ramps branching out from an airport terminal.
Anyway, if you were wondering, yes, I did get the volunteer position. I don't think I should say what it is quite yet as I don't really know the people there yet and I don't know how kosher it would be to talk about anything going on, but I'll start showing up maybe a couple of times a week starting later this spring, and it will get me some much-needed experience for my resume doing something I'll probably enjoy a lot.
Psst... here's a photo of the Rideau Street Chapters bookstore that I took last fall. Maybe there's a clue there.