This is taken from the White Mountains looking west to the Sierras. The town of Big Pine is in the valley, just barely visible on the right side of the image.
This is the view from the Slab Camp trail looking SSE into the central Olympics.
This view is from a mile or so down the trail from the above. In this image you have a better view of the valleys coming together, close to meeting at Three Forks on the Gray Wolf River.
The valleys are the Lost Creek, Cameron Creek and Gray Wolf River.
Both images are composites of several frames … with the final file running over 130MB.
This may not look like a panorama, but I was sitting on a stream side rock and took a set of overlapping photos of the river using the normal lens that was the only lens I had with me. At home, using Lightroom Classic, I stitched the images together into a “wide angle” shot … using the “Create Panorama” tool.
This is the North Fork Skokomish River (Olympic National Park) at Camp Pleasant on the North Fork Skok trail.
This is actually a panorama image using three shots taken with a telephoto lens. I was impressed with the massive tangle of limbs.
- Nikon D850 with Nikkor 300mm
- ISO 400 1/60 sec f/9.0
Photo taken at sunrise from Alki Beach, “Birthplace of Seattle”. Note the two ferries heading to Seattle… the one of the left is coming from Bremerton, the one on the right from Bainbridge Island.
Make sure you click on the image to see it in larger size.
- Camera: Nikon D810
- Lens: Nikkor 300mm
- ISO 200 1/320 sec f/8