The line between panoramic map and landscape painting can be blurred, as in this outrageously stunning map of Yellowstone by the Swiss cartographer Heinrich Berann, 1989

The line between panoramic map and landscape painting can be blurred, as in this outrageously stunning map of Yellowstone by the Swiss cartographer Heinrich Berann, 1989

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