16 thoughts on “Practicing Panorama Cloning

  1. My mother in law was a wonderful woman. She graduated from Kane Area High School in 1930. Her class picture hung in her house. It was a big class so that the picture was taken in two segments ; one side and then the other. The two sides were then joined making one picture. The final picture, in black and white, was a long rectangle. A group of about five or more boys posed on one side for the first picture then ran to the other side and posed in the exact position before the second picture was taken. They are on both ends of the same picture. Very creative on their part. I would never have noticed had it not been pointed out to me. Not sure that this is an example of cloning but seeing Maura brought it to mind. The picture always made me smille as do pictures of your family especially the children.

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