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Posted on Jul 2, 2012 | 1 comment

Moving Panorama of Religious Freedom Rally

Moving Panorama of Religious Freedom Rally

A screen shot from the panorama image.

Want to see who was on Fountain Square for the Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally June 8? Want to find yourself in the vast crowd?

Photographer Ron Rack was there, and caught the crowd in one of his fabulous moving “INTERACTIVE 360Around VR Panoramic Photography.”

Click on the link below and sit back to see the moving, 360-degree presentation, or follow the instructions that appear to swing the image any way you like. You can even zoom in anywhere. I found myself — looking chubby, of course. It’s just like being there, except without the wilting heat.

On the stage is Bobbi Radeck of Concerned Women for America (speaking). Behind her are a photographer (red shirt), Citizens for

Zoom in to find yourself or a friend: There’s Senior Editor Gail Deibler Finke taking a photograph (in front of the blue umbrella, on the other side of the Tyler Davidson Fountain).

Community Values President Phil Buress (yellow shirt), Bishop Joe Binzer (clerical suit) and event organizer Carl Brown (business suit).

In future weeks we’ll introduce you to Ron and feature more of his panorama shots. In the meantime, enjoy!

See the moving panorama here.

For our coverage of the Fountain Square rally, click here. For our coverage of the Dayton rally and its ensuing controversy, click here.

1 Comment

  1. Very cool! Thanks for posting.

    -Carl