Late July brings the higher elevation wildflowers out in full force (at least in the Northern Hemisphere):
This is a panorama that we featured a few years ago. I’ve gone back to the original files, reworked everything, put it back in the oven, and stitched a panorama with much improved image quality. I hope you enjoy it.
Have a Great Day!
Occasionally, everything comes together to create the perfect moment. That was my experience in making this panorama, and I hope it has the same effect for you:
In early summer the Milky Way is low in the eastern sky at nightfall, and is seen here from a point along the Fairyland Loop Trail in Bryce Canyon National Park. The otherwise dark (at night) rock formations are illuminated here courtesy of some lights I brought along.
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All The Best,
A boulder strewn section of canyon along the trail to The Subway in Zion National Park:
I’m glad I wasn’t around when any of these fell here, although it would be quite an experience to view from a safe vantage point!
Thank you for viewing! I hope you are all enjoying a good summer (Northern Hemisphere) or winter (Southern Hemisphere). You folks at the equator…… well, whatever.
Martin van Hemert
This panorama began as a test of exposure times and equipment. It represents about 45 minutes of star rotation. For the longest time I’ve hesitated to share it because I wasn’t actually sure if I liked it, or if it just gave me a headache!
I hope it provides some interest, and doesn’t increase your aspirin bill
As always, thank you so much for viewing and sharing these!