It may be hard to believe, but the invisible force-field which apparently keeps me in Utah shooting panoramas seems to have experienced a power failure, and this is the result:
Years ago I was lucky enough to marry a girl from Northern California’s redwood country, and have been visiting these woods ever since. I’ve ended up with a small collection of panoramas from these forests which I’ll be sharing in the coming months. We’re setting up a separate website to house outside-of-Utah panoramas, so you will notice some 360s under the URL radialview.com.
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The last of the summer wild flowers in Albion Basin, above Alta, Utah:
Devil’s Castle is the rugged mountain behind you in the opening view in this panorama.
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Utah’s answer to crop circles.
Well….. just kidding of course. The Sevier Lake in Utah’s western desert region is usually just a mud flat. You wouldn’t want to swim here even if you could, but its dark skies offer a great view of the night sky:
Signs here advise against driving on the lake bed, and tire tracks in this panorama attest to the varying rates of success some have had. I walked, and left the footprints you see on the soft surface.
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!