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Holy pano Pat!!, that's lovely!!  is it a 50mm stictch?  75mm? what fun that is.

Thank you.  I love this one also.  The reflections are quite cool even when zoomed it. .

6 images stitched in lightroom from a 55mm lens shot portrait.  final image is 14350x5782 @ 287mb raw file.  75mb jpg  smile.gif

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Valley of the Gods, Southern Utah
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Last year we stayed in an off-grid B&B with that view FWF. Special place and not nearly as crowded as Monument V. smile.gif
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Yep, the Valley of the Gods is a real gem.  It's BLM land, too, so I free-camped there several nights before I did a 9-day solo kayak trip down the San Juan River.  And just up the road is the Moki Dugway, Grand Gulch, Natural Bridges National Monument, and the Bears Ears.  Head east, and you can visit Hovenweep National Monument (great ruins) and Four Corners National Monument.  So much to do in such a small area!  I would love to go back.
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A few from southern UT last fall:

False Kiva
False Kiva
My Wife on the Grand Viewpoint trail
My Wife on the Grand Viewpoint trail
Grand Viewpoint trail
Grand Viewpoint trail
Grand Viewpoint trail
Grand Viewpoint trail

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PostMon Feb 13, 2017 11:55 pm 
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Mount Si from Sunday.


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Cerro Fitz Roy at sunset... guaranteed to have the whole place for yourself

Cerro Fitz Roy towering over Laguna Sucia and Laguna de Los Tres
Cerro Fitz Roy towering over Laguna Sucia and Laguna de Los Tres

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PostSun Feb 19, 2017 5:22 pm 
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Some beautiful pics you have there Toni.   up.gif

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PostSun Feb 19, 2017 6:16 pm 
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Phenomenal pano Tony!  I bet that's about exactly the photo you were hoping for by going there.  I bet it was even better in person!

I'll contribute with my favorite pano from last year from sunrise on Kendall Peak.

Kendall Peak Sunrise Panorama
Kendall Peak Sunrise Panorama

I absolutely LOVE how the new light box works on panoramas.  Click once and you get a full screen of the pano.  Click again and it zooms to max out the vertical pixels and you can drag and scroll side to side.  Brilliant enhancement to the site!
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Mighty fine shot of Huckleberry, awilsondc. I'm planning to make another failed attempt this summer...
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Excellent panos Tony and awilsondc up.gif  up.gif I always wanted to climb in Patagonia, but didn't have the time in the winter to go sit and wait for weather. Now I'd just like to go hike and photograph and that shot shows why.

I agree on the new light box feature, thanks Tom agree.gif

Here are a few from S UT last fall:

Coyote Gulch (8 55mm shots)
Coyote Gulch (8 55mm shots)
Coyote Gulch
Coyote Gulch
Escalante from Hwy 12
Escalante from Hwy 12

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DSC_6716-Pano-1 by Will Baker, on Flickr

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Not a true pano ... but a shot I recently resurrected from our Cameron Ridge traverse back in July, 2005. This is Olympus from Cameron Pass.

Mount Olympus by Crest Pictures, on Flickr

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One of the most magnificent mountain walls in the Canadian Rockies: Aries Pk. - Mt. Chephren

Aries-Chephren
Aries-Chephren

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