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Old 06-09-2015   #1
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This is just a small part of the 3.5 mile long canyon in Washington created during the last ice age. It was the largest falls ever existing on this world, interesting history.
I was able to shoot one pano before it started raining again and the wind was really blowing (maybe it does all the time on the rim). Got to get a different tripod, hard to shoot panos with a pistol grip!


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Impressive pan image. Thanks for the background material.
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Fascinating location nicely presented. You did well in that flat light.

Yes, a stable tripod with levels and a smoothly rotating head goes a long way when shooting panos.

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Hi
Good capture
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Thanks for posting a large pano, they have impact and this one is no exception.

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A superb pano Graham.
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Thanks for the feedback from you all - Kelly, Chuck, Tony, Martin and Wolf. Now off on a tripod hunt...
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Nice work in difficult conditions, well done buddy.
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Thank you Mark...


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