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Old Apr 22, 2009, 12:53 PM   #1
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another couple of shots from the Baker Lake area... these are Mt. Shuksan, which is about 5 miles east of Mt. Baker (and also the subject of my photo, "October Reflection"). the pano is a composite of 5 frames, and would print quite nicely at 12"x36"...



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Old Apr 22, 2009, 1:41 PM   #2
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Love that first one Rocky! BTW is it me or is there atilt to the image? Looking left to right alongboth shorelines,the leftmost appears a tad higher then the right one. Mayberotatebetween0.5[suP]o[/suP] and0.7[suP]o[/suP]of CCW? Cheers, Dan
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Rocky, I must say I quite appreciatethe neat placement of objects along the orthogonals and transversals starting from the wisely included foreground towards the vanishing point through the symmetricallycomposed hills in your first picture!
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thank you, Dan and Bahadir... i appreciate your comments. that area has become one of my favorite scenic spots, for obvious reasons.... and it doesn't hurt that it's only a hundred miles from home...
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