Welcome to Farwestern's user page. Farwestern shares the ongoing photography of Gregg M. Erickson. Here's some background: Gregg's an Industrial Technology graduate of Cal Poly, 2006 and is interested in anything technology, science and or cycling related. Farwestern is also his gmail.com address should you wish to correspond a little bit. Below you'll find a mini portfolio of Gregg's favorite works. Equipment: Nikon D50, Nikon D80, Nikkor 24mm 2.8, Nikkor 50mm 1.4 primes, Nikkor 18-55mm, 55-200mm, Tokina 11-16mm 2.8
360° panorama at Montaña de Oro State Park. Appearing on the far-left is Valencia Peak along with the setting sun. The center-right features view of Morro Rock and the stacks of the Morro Bay power plant. The near-full moon can be seen rising in the east
180° Panorama on Playa Santispac of Bahía Concepción, Baja California Sur. Several islands are visible in the bay: (left to right) Isla San Ramon, Isla Blanca, and Isla Coyote. On the right is Playa Concepcion with its associated developments visible.
360° panorama of Mount Amery and the Alexandra River in the Icefields Parkway of Jasper and Banff national parks. Low clouds drift along as the morning sun rises over Mount Wilson.
Panorama looking West-Northwest to Northeast from Marmot Pass in the Buckhorn Wilderness. Buckhorn Mountain and Iron Mountain can be seen in the far right side.
180° panorama from the Wilson Creek Beach, Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park on an early-September afternoon. On the right, HWY 101 crosses Wilson Creek via bridge. Offshore appear Wilson and False-Klamath Rocks
360° Panorama from Fort Worden State Park, Point Wilson on a sunny July evening at sunset. Batteries Kinzie and Vicars nearby.
270° Panorama of Echo Bay of Sucia Island, San Juan Islands, Washington. Photographed on the Summer Solstice at sunset during a small rain shower.
360° Panorama of the San Juan Islands from Eagle Cliff on Cypress Island.
Panorama showing typical views from Turn Point, Stuart Island, San Juan Islands.
Looking Eastward: 180° panorama at the crest of Marmot Pass in the Buckhorn Wilderness of the Olympic National Forest in Washington State. Iron Mountain appears on the left-hand side with the Puget Sound and Hood Canal visible in the middle.
360° panorama of Cal Poly and San Luis Obispo, CA taken from the top of Poly Canyon; Cerro San Luis (Madonna Mountain) and Bishop Peak in the middle with Cal Poly below.
360° panorama from the summit of Cerro San Luis Obispo. On the left appears Bishop Peak. In the left-center lies the Cal Poly campus. Laguna Lake appears on the right. Photographed on an early November morning.
Half sphere (360° x 180°) Mercator Projection panorama from inside an incomplete nuclear cooling tower, part of the unfinished Satsop Nuclear Power Plant, now the Satsop Development Park, Washington State.
270° panorama inside the ruins of the Montgomery Castle, Montgomery, Wales. This panorama shows the castle walls and grassy interior courtyards as well as views of the Welsh countryside as seen on a rainy October afternoon.
270° Panorama of a river-carved canyon in the Sierra de San Francisco mountain range of Baja California Sur. The canyon valley and river falls towards the village Santa Teresita. The far right leads to the mountain village San Francisco de la Sierra; the site of numerous prehistoric rock art paintings.
120° night panorama from Sherwin Summit, 5-minute timed-exposure. Looking west, this 120° panorama features the Sierra Nevada range including Round Valley Peak. The constellation Orion is clearly visible in the top-center-left.