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    White Horse/Mt. Pilchuck Panorama

    White Horse/Mt. Pilchuck Panorama

    My first real panoramic. Foggy Snohomish valley with White Horse Mountain / Mt. Pilchuck in the Cascade range Washington State. Canon 70-200mm f/29 @4 sec iso 100. CC welcomed

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    Re: White Horse/Mt. Pilchuck Panorama

    Very pleasing, Jon. Congratulations on such a wonderful start to what I hope will be a lifelong series of panoramas!

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    Re: White Horse/Mt. Pilchuck Panorama

    Very, very nice, Jon. There has been some great views as of late if you hit the timing right. Beutiful image.

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    Re: White Horse/Mt. Pilchuck Panorama

    Thanks Mike, I am hooked and am looking into some basic gear for my tripod. I cut off about 2 inches in height because of an out of level base.

    Paul, got any ideas for Sunsets in the area. As I was sitting at my computer tonight the fog burned off and that was the most intense Sunset I have seen and am sure this weekend will not disappoint, with the inversion holding the pollutants down
    . I thought somewhere around Edmonds maybe??

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    Re: White Horse/Mt. Pilchuck Panorama

    Nice image Jon, good subtle light on the mountains. I get envious of you guys and your snow-capped mountains

    Was it stitched from a few shots ?

    Dave

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    Re: White Horse/Mt. Pilchuck Panorama

    Jon, from Edmonds if the fog is right and you shoot with you Telephoto You can get a nice shot of the Brothers, the two big peaks on the Olypic Range. Or you can go wide and include the water but there is little to no intrest in it. The ferry runs infront of the brothers close to were the sun downs this time of year. Might stop in there myself.
    Go towards the ferry landing, there is a park at the end of the road that crosses the train tracks as if you were going to Anthony's restraunt.

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    Re: White Horse/Mt. Pilchuck Panorama

    Thanks Dave. I missed the best light that morning, I was heading down into the valley to shoot some barns with these mountains in the back, but as soon as I headed down I realized the valley floor was fogged in so I raced to the next destination, just about 5 minutes late setting up.

    Three photos on a full frame sensor 42 inches by 12.5 inches

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    Re: White Horse/Mt. Pilchuck Panorama

    Thanks, that will be on my list this weekend. Maybe with Antony's I can entice my wife to join me, it's a bitter cold life out there.

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