March 02, 2004


Want to take a quick virtual stroll through the (Queen Victoria) Night Market? I took photographs of all of the stalls and stitched them together.

If you look closely you can of course see all of the artifacts of this panning-stitching technique (distortions due to inconsistencies in distance from the "subject", angle problems, the fact that people were moving - sheesh!, etc.), but the overall effect still gives a bit of a sense of what the Night Market is like. So take a stroll and enjoy.

Stroll along the left-hand stalls         Stroll along the right-hand stalls

NOTE: These files are quite large (~700k) and quite wide (4000 pixels). You'll need to scroll across to see the entire image, of course, and you may need to override your browser's inclination to shrink the image down to microscopic size in order to display it without scrolling (usually this "override" comes in the form of a button that appears on the image if you hover over it with the cursor for a few seconds.) Posted by anatole at March 2, 2004 03:18 PM



(I'm sorry, I can't come up with anything more intelligent than that right now. But I wanted to let you know I'd seen it and enjoyed it).

Posted by: Aven at March 3, 2004 03:41 PM

cool market photo - Rob was impressed...
Great to see photos of your apartment too... but what about the balcony?! We would like to lodge a formal complaint - we want photos of the balcony scape. No more teasing...

Posted by: Hilary & Rob at March 5, 2004 12:28 PM


RE: Formal complaint #000001 // short: "Teasing"

1. The photos you requested have been posted.
2. The complaint has been resolved.
3. Now stop your griping.

Thank you.
- The Management ;)

Posted by: Anatole at March 9, 2004 04:00 PM