Here are two panoramas from our hiking in the red rocks area around Sedona, Arizona. The first if of Bear Mountain and the second is from the overlook atop of Doe Mountain.
I went a bit panorama crazy in the Petrified Forest National Park. The “Painted Desert” is just too incredible to capture in one 4×6 shot. Click the images below to launch larger versions.
La Ventana Arch in El Malpais National Monument View of ancient lava flow from Sandstone Bluffs Overlook in El Malpais National Monument (HDR)
A bit more of Trey’s perspective of things on the trip!
Here are a few stragglers from our tour of New Mexico, including a panorama of Capitan Mountain (click it to launch a larger version).
It was really hard to capture the immense size of the caverns 750 feet underground on camera. I ended up doing some panoramas, a couple of which were HDRs. The largest HDR panorama is a composite of 33 photos that creates a final image that has a resolution of 90 megapixels! Panorama of Carlsbad Caverns […]
(click each image to open large panoramas) Texas state road 652 headed west to the New Mexico state line and the Guadelupe Mountains. Texas state road 652 headed west to the New Mexico state line and the Guadelupe Mountains (HDR image) Devil’s Hall Trail in the Guadelupe Mountains National Park Sunset over the Guadelupe Mountains […]
On the way to the Guadalupe Mountains we passed through this little West Texas ghost town.
Trey has an old digital point-n-shoot of ours that he sometimes likes to take photos with. Here are a couple of his images from the first few days of our trip.