High Sierra Panoramas and Vertoramas

 

All of the images in this gallery are made by taking a series of exposures and the combining them in the computer to create a wide field rendition of our world.

The rpocess does this with very minimal distortion and with, in many cases, infinet depth of field...

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Conness Lakes Inlet Moss

We climbed up into the alpine region above Conness Lakes and got an interesting view of a spire on the back side of North Peak.

This waterfall has a lush bed of moss surrounding it that is constantly watered by the falls... 

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Potter Lake Outlet

I find in the mountains there is a real dichotomy between the sweeping grand vista and small things of beauty.

This is a small verdant mossy waterfall at the outlet of Potter lake in the Hoover Wilderness's 20 lakes basin.

This is a 25 megapixel image made from a number of frames of D200 data.

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North Peak Sunrise

North peak towers over the end of the Hoover Wildernesses 20 lakes basin like a stone monolith. When the first rays of light for the day strike its face it comes alive with a magical luminosity.

The peak is surrounded by a wasteland of fractured granite erratics, uplifted sedimentary rock and exfoliating domes that provide a horizontal counterpoint to its looming vertical majesty.

This is a 40 megapixel image made from a number of Nikon D200 frames.

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Horsetail Falls

This is a spectacular waterfall that you see when driving out of the Tahoe Basin. You pop over echo summit and come around a wide curve to proceed sharply downhil. This is a mountain and thats what they do :)

As you look up from the road there is the waterfall and it is spectacular!!!!

There is a catch, at the bottom of the hill are some really large rocs and the road does a sharp hairpin turn. Every one nearly loses it the first time. After that they know not to look too long...

To get to the falls you follow the creek around the edge of a granite dome and cut into the undergrowth through crudely hewn paths. The forest service has someone come out with a slasher bar and cut the path but long clothes are nice if you like to be un-blemished.

This is a long cascade type waterfall, very little straight drop. If you walk right up to the falls you cant see the whole thing, only the tier that you are on currently. The view from the road is about level with the top of the cliff.

I walked up the side of the canyon and found this nice view of the falls. When I go back to here I will spend some more time going up the left wall of the canyon.

This is a 29 megapixel image made from a number of frames of Nikon D-200 data.

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