Here is a before and after panorama of how things can change. A flat line tornado last year took out 1/3 of the trees. This year took out 2/3 of what remained. On the positive side, we now have the most incredible views of the Milky Way at night.
We got the call we’d been dreading: Steve had sold the land next to Sebago Resort. Worse, demolition of cabins 7 and 8 was to begin within days. Nothing to do but gather the troops, dash to Nisswa, and salvage what we could. Doug bought his “awesome set of tools”, fun was had, and nobody got hurt.
We extracted the hard wood floors in cabin 7. Original 1920s flooring. Pieces up to 21 foot long. Impossible to get anything like that today.
Below is the interior of cabin 8 with the flooring removed.
Enough other people were taking photos and I’m still hating my camera, so I took very few shots. Just a few tests of HDR (very plain images, though; basically 15 min worth of capturing), and some cabin shots I need for the Sebago website. Hoping to get some more pics from others later.
Actually more like “pseudo-hdr”. Images were taken with multiple exposures, aligned with hugin, then blended with EnfuseGUI. Experimental, and frankly the pictures were a little boring in the first place