Panoramas

Panoramas

I love to do panormas with my Iphone. Fairly easy to get a nice result. Best if you are higher up a bit, but works on street view as well. I then make them the same dimensions (1x3) and add black border. I think the result works. Some sample below. More on my Flickr:

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Haiti crisis continues

Haiti crisis continues

More than one-third of Haitians are now facing "severe food insecurity," according to a new report by the World Food Programme (WFP). That is 3.7 million people. Among them, one million are facing "food emergency," just one step away from famine. Families face extreme...

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Crisis pushes Haiti to the brink of collapse

Crisis pushes Haiti to the brink of collapse

Crisis pushes Haiti to the brink of collapse! Is there any solution? A struggle between President Moïse and an opposition movement demanding his ouster has led to violent demonstrations. Seven weeks of unrest around Haiti have led to soaring prices, non-existing...

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Crisis in Haiti deepens

Crisis in Haiti deepens

Since 2018 the economic situation in Haiti has steadily deteriorated with an increase in the cost of living related among other things to the depreciation of 23% of the national currency in 6 months. This situation, combined with socio-political tensions and low...

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Haiti inflation

Haiti inflation

New records in Haiti, but for all the wrong reasons. The prices increased by 1,5% in February compared to January, and on year-to-year the inflation is now at 17%. Food prices soared more than 20% over the last year. Selected price increases in one year that make...

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Labor Day Weekend NY, USA

Labor Day Weekend NY, USA

It was a great Labor Day Weekend in NY. The Big Apple is always nice to return to. This time did not disappoint either. Five days felt at least one day to short! But I will be back soon. Some general pics from around the city:  

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UN admits Haiti cholera outbreak

UN admits Haiti cholera outbreak

The United Nations has finally acknowledged it played a role in an outbreak of cholera in Haiti in 2010 that has since killed about 10,000 people in the country. Studies have shown that Nepalese UN troops were the source of the disease - but the UN repeatedly denied...

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School is out – Haiti

School is out – Haiti

The school year 2015-2016 has just finished in Haiti. Millions of school kids are on their well deserved break. They will be back in their classrooms in September. The education system in Haiti is developing but to slow. Primary school enrollment is about 75%, up a...

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Political and food crisis in Haiti

Political and food crisis in Haiti

Political crisis Haitian President Michel Martelly stepped down from his office over the weekend. The country is left with no successor after elections were postponed twice due to allegations of fraud. -       My greatest failure is the delayed elections, the...

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