It's been nearly two years since my work and my other interests nudged this blog off my priorities list. Recently having been gifted, by my dear wife, an Oculus Go, I it is back on.
I am currently using my iPhone 6s and Occipital360 for collecting images around my native city, and I shall continue to do so for an undetermined time. One benefit of the long lapse is that past sites can be revisited and comparison brought to the table. An example of this is West Park. You may recall the series (see previous posts) detailing the unfortunate storm damage to this project, setting it back, by some estimations, by as much as two years. A recent article in 372WN says that our Metro Council rep, Mary Carolyn Roberts has scheduled and cancelled no less than two ribbon cutting ceremonies for the park's opening (and is "not scheduling another one"). I walked down there the other day and took a couple 360s. Visit Occipital to get the full image, and here is the flat one:
I'll add more once I can get inside. For now, here are three regular stills from closer up:
|over the fence|
|through the opening by the basketball court|
|up against the court fence|