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Mountain Panoramas from the Past

I made these photos during a hike in late October 2008. When I recently browsed through these older folders, looking for a specific image, I noticed that I had two sets of two images each, made from the same position, with considerable overlap. Back then, it never occurred to me to stitch them together – which is quite obviously what I did now.

Mountain panoramas somehow work particularly well. They seem to be a more natural representation of the sweeping views one gets from high upon a mountain top. Here, the final stitch and crop nicely fits the (not-so) classic 16×7 panorama aspect ratio. I absolutely love the results!

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