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Rocky Mtn Natl Park pano
Posted By: RoxnDox, 09-26-2009, 01:57 PM

OK, so I'm a little late... I was going thru old images on the computer and realized I never put these together into a panoramic shot. At least not that I can recall

So here it is, a view from about 10,500 feet elevation, from Trail Ridge Road in the park. Weather was rather interesting that day, went from sunny to rain to hail and thundersnow to rain and back to sunny. And repeated several times...

Taken with K100D, 18-55 kit lens (Mk 1), handheld on monopod. Assembled from 8 images in PS Elements 6


This link should go straight to the full sized image:

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09-28-2009, 07:33 PM   #2
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That one just went on and on and on!
Try using the IMGWIDE command so as to make it easier to see the photo on the thread.
Well done.
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Indeed great pano ! Spectacular view ...
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Awesome clouds!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Ash Quote
That one just went on and on and on!
Try using the IMGWIDE command so as to make it easier to see the photo on the thread.
Well done.
Thanks I tried the IMGWIDE tags on a different Colorado pano a while back, and it took a few extra clicks to get to the full sized image. So this time I jumped straight to the big one...

QuoteOriginally posted by daacon Quote
Indeed great pano ! Spectacular view ...
It was one of those spots where you can turn and see forever (OK, it only SEEMS like forever )... I was pleased at how well this pano turned out. Wish I lived closer so I could go up there more often!

QuoteOriginally posted by jct us101 Quote
Awesome clouds!
Yeah, it was an amazing place to be... Storms had passed by, more were coming up the valley, and sunny blue skies in between... I love mountain weather!


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