February 11, 2013


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After a weekend that was dominated by snowmagedon and shoveling, I thought I would be posting one of the shots from a brief post snowstorm photo walk I did on Saturday. Instead, I found myself longing for warmer times, so I dipped back to my 2010 Acadia National Park archives for this shot — one I had forgotten about.

My son Ryan and I had hiked Jordan Cliffs that summer. It is a gorgeous, somewhat challenging hike with a tremendous payoff.

This panorama was shot with Nikon’s 24mm PC-E lens, shifted horizontally. It was stitched in Photoshop CS-5. Post processing was done in onOne’s Perfect Effects.

Be sure to click on the image to supersize it.

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