Have you ever gone to a place with a great view that won't fit in your camera's viewfinder? These super-wide views reveal the broad vistas of the American Southwest and the Antarctic in a way that no ordinary photograph can. My panoramic prints are 8.2 inches tall and up to 42 inches wide.
Putting one of these panoramas on your wall is like installing a bay window. They are printed on your choice of Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper or Epson Premium Luster Photo Paper using fade resistant Epson Ultrachrome inks. They are delivered rolled in a sturdy mailing tube. (Download a higher resolution picture by clicking on any picture below. The text that appears on the digital images does not appear on the prints.)
Goleta Pier on a cold, clear February morning. The University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB) can be seen on the left side.
|PAN031 Goleta Pier, 8.2" x 42", $33.00|
Santa Barbara Harbor on a cold, clear January morning. The Santa Barbara Wharf can be seen to the right side of the rocky jetty.
|PAN029 Santa Barbara Harbor #1, 8.2" x 42", $33.00|
Santa Barbara Harbor on a cold, clear January morning. Leadbetter Beach can be seen on the left side of the picture.
|PAN030 Santa Barbara Harbor #2, 8.2" x 42", $33.00|
View from the rim of Bryce Canyon between Sunrise Point and Sunset Point. Summer afternoon thunderstorms scrubbed the air so clean that Navajo Mountain, eighty miles away on the far side of Lake Powell, is visible in the far distance. The Kaipirowitz Plateau is prominent on the horizon just above Ship Rock to the left of center.
|PAN009 Bryce Canyon Sunset, 8.2" x 33", $25.00|
The view inside the canyon is very different from the view most visitors to the park see from the rim. Ship Rock and the Kaipirowitz Plateau are visible to the right of center. The sunset panorama above was taken from the rim of the canyon at the left.
|PAN008 Fairyland Trail, Bryce Canyon #2, 8.2" x 42", $33.00|
The Fairyland Trail leads down from the canyon on the left.
|PAN007 Fairyland Trail, Bryce Canyon #1, 8.2" x 42", $33.00|
|PAN010 California Poppies, 8.2" x 42", $33.00|
Goldfields carpet the desert floor between the Joshua Trees.
|PAN011 Antelope Valley Joshua Trees, 8.2" x 42", $33.00|
Lava Point Overlook in Zion National Park.
|PAN027 Lava Point Overlook, 8.2" x 42", $33.00|
The view from an elevation of 9,600 feet near the Burgess Mine at the crest of the Inyo Mountains. The bottom of the Saline Valley in Death Valley National Park is 8,500 feet below at left. Owens Valley and the Sierra Nevada are to the right.
|PAN025 Burgess Mine, 8.2" x 42", $33.00|
View from the end of the road at the base of New York Butte in the Inyo Mountains. The bottom of the Saline Valley in Death Valley National Park is 8,500 feet below at left. Owens Valley and the Sierra Nevada are to the right.
|PAN026 New York Butte, 8.2" x 42", $33.00|
View from Hunter Mountain in Death Valley National Park in April 2002. The valley on the right is Hidden Valley. Racetrack Playa is just to the left of center. The Saline Valley is to the left of Racetrack Playa. The highest peaks of the Sierra Nevada are just visible over the Inyo Mountains on the left. Death Valley is to the right.
|PAN024 Hunter Mountain, 8.2" x 42", $33.00|
First rays of the morning sun on the Inyo Mountains seen from the Saline Valley in November 2001. New York Butte, Keynot Peak, and Mount Inyo are the highest mountains in the range.
|PAN023 Inyo Mountain Sunrise, 8.2" x 42", $33.00|
View looking to the north from the crest of the Santa Ynez Mountains across the Santa Ynez Valley into the Santa Barbara County back country on a rare snowy day. Gibralter Dam and Reservior are visible just to the right of center.
|PAN015 Snowy Santa Barbara County 8.2" x 37" $29.00|
Ushuaia, Argentina is the southernmost city on Earth. Timberline is about 2,000 feet above sea level. It is a popular departure point for Antarctic expedition cruises.
|PAN022 Ushuaia Harbor 8.2" x 42" $33.00|
Deception Island is a volcanic caldera in the South Shetland Island group.
|A segment of the rim of the volcano has collapsed, creating an entrance into the bay inside the crater. The harbor is called Port Foster. The entrance to the bay is known as Neptune's Bellows for the strong winds that flow through it. The low spot on the rim to the right of Neptune's Bellows is Neptune's window. The sands of the beach of Whaler's Bay are heated geothermally to over 160 degrees. The island has been used as a whaling station, a German wartime raiding outpost, and a British research station. This map is copied from Antarctic Peninsula Map, published by Zagier & Urruty Publications of Argentina.|
|PAN016 Deception Island 8.2" x 42" $33.00|
Andvord Bay on the Antarctic Peninsula in January 2001. This location can be seen at the center of the panorama below.
|PAN012 Andvord Bay, 8.2" x 42", $33.00|
Departing from Andvord Bay in January 2001.
|PAN021 Departing Andvord Bay, 8.2" x 42", $33.00|
Avalon Harbor, Catalina Island.
|PAN013 Avalon Harbor, Catalina Island, 8.2" x 42" $33.00|
Cumulonimbus clouds tower over Phoenix, Arizona during the monsoon season.
|PAN020 Thunderheads over Phoenix, 8.2" x 42" $33.00|
The Inyo Mountains at Sunrise, viewed from the Saline Valley in Death Valley National Park.
|PAN019 Inyo Mountain Sunrise, Death Vally National Park, 8.2" x 42" $33.00|
This view of the rim of Barringer Crater, better known as Meteor Crater, reveals the uplifted rim of the crater, a blanket of ejecta covering the lower slopes, and large boulders that were excavated from inside the crater and landed on the outer slopes.
|PAN014 Meteor Crater, Arizona, 8.2" x 42" $33.00|
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More of Brian Lockett's photographs can be seen at the Goleta Air & Space Museum.