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Hey there followers of my blog here, I haven’t written in a while. Sorry, but I got busy undergoing the certification process for being a Google Trusted Photographer. As a trusted photographer, I’m certified to photograph Virtual Tours of businesses that have a Google places listing. I’ll be sure to post a few here on this blog as I do them. In the meanwhile, I’ve created a web page to showcase this new service I’m offering, http://www.panospin.com/businessphotosgoogle.html.
My area of coverage is the Greater Boston area and beyond. I love going to Southern Maine and Coastal New Hampshire. Vermont is a bit far for me, but I can go to Rhode Island and the Greater Hartford, Connecticut area. If you’re on Cape Cod, that’s great as I love traveling there also.
The Royal Gorge Bridge is in Cañon City, Colorado, and I knew I had to visit to because I’m deathly afraid of heights. I wanted to challenge myself and face my fear, hopefully without passing out on the bridge. As I walked across, it really wasn’t that bad as I stayed focused on the middle of the bridge and didn’t look out over the edge too much. The spacing between the planks was at times, quite wide, and I could see to the river below.
In the virtual tour image taken, there is a guy lying face down as he shoots photos through the plank spaces. I tried to do the same, but just writing about my failed attempt is enough to make me sweat, lol. I was surprised to see that cars are able to drive across the bridge, and of course, no one heeds the 10 m.p.h speed limit so as they drove by, the planks shook, as did my courage.
I also took the tram ride across and that was not bad at I was stuffed in a tram car not looking out over the edge. Same thing with the railcar I took to the bottom of the gorge.