360 degree photos, Eastern Trail, Scarborough, Maine – Google Cardboard


I took these photos using the Google Cardboard camera while walking down the Eastern Trail in Scarborough, Maine in early April. The marshes here are beautiful and full of wildlife. Unfortunately, in early April in Maine, the trees have not gotten leaves yet and everything sort of looks brown. I will be getting more (and better) shots later in the year when everything is green and warm.

You can download the photos and view them with the Google Cardboard app and a Cardboard compatible viewer. I use one of the new View-Master viewers, but any, including Google Cardboard, will work. You can also view them with the online viewer at 360cities.net, see the previews below.

For use with Cardboard, download the photos here. Make sure to visit the link on your phone and “save link as…” (usually by long-pressing). After you save the photos to your device, Google Cardboard should see them. Alternatively, you can download them on your computer and transfer over to your phone via USB or Bluetooth, but Cardboard is a bit picky and sometimes it does not work. You can also view them on 360cities.net using their embedded viewer. Click on the title of the photo to go to the full panorama.


Eastern Trail, Scarborough, Maine in early April 2016


Eastern Trail, Scarborough, Maine in early April 2016


Eastern Trail, Scarborough, Maine in early April 2016


Bridge over the Nonesuch River, Scarborough, Maine in early April 2016

 

Scarborough is a suburb of Portland, Maine, the largest city in this state. The Eastern Trail runs from South Portland to Kittery, Maine, which borders New Hampshire. It covers around 65 miles. The marshes are protected lands.

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