Fans of nature, photography or just about anything will enjoy this.

Awesome 2 billion pixel image of Everest. If you want some scale then zoom in and look at the bottom middle of the image.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2012/12/18/photo-...

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If you like anything that you enjoy, then you will find this quite palatable!

Pretty cool. I've done some gigapixel work, and it's fun to be able to draw that much detail out of a scene. 

Thanks for sharing. 

L

Great find, Paul. 

A favorite of mine is a series done from a helicopter over London at night. I used them as a scrolling wallpaper on my desktop. 

http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2008/08/london_from_above_at_night...

If you zoom in between the two center mountains, you can see a group working its way up. Pretty cool.

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