But despite Bagman's snicker, the title will be disappointing to strangers browsing for suggestive blogs.
What follows is an 8-month series of 360 degree panoramas shot from approximately the same place as we humans took over another parcel of space from nature.
I wish I had thought about it on the first day we saw the parcel -- when nature still owned it -- but I didn't start my periodic exercises until the
Anyhow, it was kind of fun doing it even though for several months I really thought it would never become reality since our old house just sat on the market like roadkill. And I think I entertained the guys who were actually building the house when I would show up, walk resolutely into the middle of the site and stand, rotating slowly, clicking 10 to 12 shots as I turned. I'd always grin, wave, and yell, "How ya doing?" They'd always grin back and call out something that sounded like, "Ay ay, el gringo loco!"
I was going to wait for the last shot until everything was neat and tidy and pictures were hung on the walls but I realized that "neat and tidy" was never going to happen anyway and there really wasn't that much wallspace.
For now, I'm spending my time standing in the middle of this area turning in circles. Not taking pictures...just turning in circles.