Taking A Wide-Angle Look After A Morning Rain In Sabino Canyon   8 comments

Trail Toward Esperero Canyon Trail

Esperero Canyon Trail

Esperero Canyon Trail

Esperero Canyon Trail

Esperero Canyon Trail

Rattlesnake Canyon Trail

Rattlesnake Canyon Trail

Rattlesnake Canyon Trail

Looking Up Sabino Canyon from Rattlesnake Canyon Trail Head

Sabino Canyon Riparian Area

Sabino Canyon Riparian Area

Sabino Canyon Riparian Area — Images by kenne

A chilly morning rain fail as the SCVN Trainees huddled under a ramada in the Desert Picnic area in Sabino Canyon. Our regular Monday morning class took place at the site of the kindergarten nature program. As the rain moved on through, the canyon was presented with a canopy of dramatic cloud formations.

The above panoramic photos were created by merging 2-3 wide-angle images, (taken using a Nikkor 12-24 lens) in Photoshop.

kenne

8 responses to “Taking A Wide-Angle Look After A Morning Rain In Sabino Canyon

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  1. Gorgeous images, Kenne. You are making me itch to get out west.

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  2. Thanks, Nancy — would love for you guys to come visit. This desert thing has become a real addiction.

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