Another panorama from our 1997 trip to Yellowstone National Park. Seen here is the Lamar Valley, sometimes referred to as America’s Serengeti for its displays of bison, elk, antelope, bear and most notably, its famous wolf packs.
| Lamar Valley in winter, panorama, a composite of seven individual images.
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Pano dimensions: 1910 x 10669
This is another panorama made with the Panasonic Lumix. Since I was touring the park with my father and my daughter, and since much of what we were seeing was new to them, we were on the move and seeing as much as we could. For this reason serious photography, which usually requires time and patience, was not in the cards, so instead of setting up for “real panoramas” I would instead hop out and blast off a series of frames with our point-and-shoot. I was using the Lumix in manual mode using RAW format so I was able to process the photos into reasonably high quality images when I got home, resulting in panoramas that stitched together cleanly and have great detail.
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