Panoramic view of the whole Northern Border of the village of Smakieh, Karak, Jordan صورة بانوراما لكل الحد الشمالي لقرية السماكية (from year 2013)

I come from a small village in the South of Jordan called Smakieh. My village is inhabited by approximately 3,000 people. The village, like our governorate Karak, has a long history since at least two thousand years.

This post is mainly to show how large (or small?) is my village. Well, the following panoramic view of the village from the year 2013 can give an idea about that. This panorama shows the entire northern border of my village. Please click here to see the village in Goolge Maps.


Stitched Panorama

(The panorama is resized. To see it in a much bigger size, then click on it. In the new page that will appear, you can see very clear details if you zoom in with your browser. The size of image is about 15 Megabyte, so it might take time for it to load)

It is the result of 22 photos that I combined together using the great program Kolor Autopano Giga 2.5. This is a computer program that automatically, with one click and with absolutely no experience required, combines into one Panorama all photos that were taken in sequence. To give you a better understanding, I post the 22 individual photos that Kolor Autpano Giga 2.5 combined to produce the Panoramic view above.

Finally, I took these 22 photos using OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA, VG110,D700. That was in 25.04.2013, around 12 PM.

The individual photos:

2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by mjalle on 10/28/2013 at 20:57

    nice pictures


    • Thanks a lot 🙂 And yes, I could not, and probably cannot, meet you in person: Mabrook Gobool Al-Tib. 3ogbal ma abarek elak baltakharoj 🙂


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