This is a composite panorama of Volcán Atitlán and Lago de Atitlán in Guatemala. It was 1977 and I was traveling through Guatemala by local bus. We stayed in Panajachel for some time, which is partly shown in the foreground. Then we travelled south and clockwise along the treacherous mountainside to circumnavigate the volcano and arrive at the other side at the village of San Pedro de la Laguna.
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This composite was stitched together from two different views (one horizontal and one vertical) taken at different times during the journey. This is why you may notice a duplicated church due to the extreme parallax difference. Taken with a 1970s vintage Olympus Trip-35mm point & shoot camera and Kodacolor negative film. The negs were scanned and then stitched with Panotools .