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Past mosaicing approaches stitch a set of photos into a single static mosaic. We present a novel approach where we visualize a photo collection in an interactive viewer that allows the user to smoothly and seamlessly transition between a collection of local mosaics instead of a single static mosaic. Such an approach works with more general photo collections than possible with static mosaicing while preserving the straight lines in the scene. Moreover, the viewer dynamically selects optimal seams between images in a semi-online fashion that handles misalignment, scene motion and parallax and also recreates dynamic aspects such as moving objects and exposure changes.