You want it wide, you've got it. Here are some of the panoramas I've taken.

You should be able to view the panoramas below, in full screen, by clicking on them.

Blue Lakes Pass at sunset, in the Mt Sneffels Wilderness Area.

Sunset just below the peak of Mt Sneffels, in the San Juan Mountains, Colorado.

Charlies Bunion on the Appalachian Trail, Smokey Mountains National Park.

On top of the Cinder Cone at Lassen Volcanic National Park.

At the top of Tioga Peak overlooking the Tioga Pass region, just a few miles from the Yosemite National Park border.

Sunrise at Thousand Island Lake, in the Ansel Adams Wilderness Area.

The San Francisco skyline from Slackers Hill.

South Tufa at Mono Lake, at blue hour.

The winter Milky Way at Monument Valley.

The Milky Way at Mount Rainier National Park. Took this just after the moon went behind Rainier, with most of the cloud bank still intact.

The much photographed Zabriskie Point, in Death Valley, California.

The South Tufa at Mono Lake, near Mammoth Lakes, CA.

The Miami Skyline, this time from underneath MacArthur Causeway (the infamous one with the face eating crazy man).

The Atlanta Downtown skyline.