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    Sedona, Arizona Panoramas

    Each photo is one capture, not stitched captures, taken from the Broken Arrow Trail. Required viewing in the Lytebox.



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    Re: Sedona, Arizona Panoramas

    Beatiful shots Mike. I like the top one in particular - the coloured layers really enhance the image. Nicely processed too.

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    Re: Sedona, Arizona Panoramas

    I like the first one, Mike, you have really captured the sweeping grandeur of the landscape there. Just out of interest, what town is that and how large is it?

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    Re: Sedona, Arizona Panoramas

    The first one is my pick as it has a lot of interesting shapes and detail. The second one has better lighting but does not hold my attention for as long. (O.K. my attention span may not be to good after a day at work)

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    Re: Sedona, Arizona Panoramas

    Thanks, everyone! I also prefer the first one.

    Greg: The town is Sedona, Arizona, population 10,000. It seems like half of them work for Pink Jeep Tours, as those darn Jeeps are everywhere.


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    Re: Sedona, Arizona Panoramas

    Mike, such a beautiful area, everywhere you look is a picture just waiting for you to capture it...and you have done it magnificently.

    We were there several years ago with a little P&S and absolutely no idea how to use it. Can't wait for the chance to go back there...I might actually get a 2% success

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    Re: Sedona, Arizona Panoramas

    Thanks, Jon. It is such a beautiful area that we plan to return every couple of years, taking advantage of our timeshare network that makes that especially easy to do.

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    Re: Sedona, Arizona Panoramas

    Am not viewing on my own computer,but can see well enough to think that if these were printed on a very large canvas (as per some stuff that Colin has done), the impact would be stunning.

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