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Panorama Views From Italian Springs Trail   2 comments

Italian Springs 2013Mica Mountain In The Rincon Mountains

Italian Springs 2013Mica Mountain In The Rincons On The Left, The Tucson Basin On The Right

Italian Springs 2013Santa Catalina Mountains From Reddington Pass

Italian Springs 2013Santa Catalina Mountains On The Left With The Galiuro Mountains In The Distance On The Right

Italian Springs 2013Fellow Photographer Hikers, Dave, Dory and Margaret — Images by kenne

Sabino Canyon Panoramic Images   1 comment

Sabino Canyon Panoramic Images by kenne

Capturing The Moment — Panoramic Photos of Esperero Trail And Rattlesnake Creek   1 comment

Esperero Trail In Sabino Canyon — Two Images Merged In Photoshop by kenne

Rattlesnake Creek In Sabino Canyon — Three Images Merged In Photoshop by kenne

Panoramic Views of The Rattlesnake Creek Area   2 comments

Panoramic view of Rattlesnake Creek area in the Santa Caltalina Mountains, as seen from the Esperero Trail, which runs down to Stop 1 in Sabino Canyon with a view of Blackett’s Ridge above the canyon. This image was created from three photos merged using Photoshop Photo Merge in Adobe Bridge. Each image has a focal length of 28 mm and an ISO of 100. The camera is a Nikon D200. The Rincon and Santa Rita Mountains can be seem in the background.

Panoramic view of Rattlesnake Creek.  This image was created from two photos merged using Photoshop Photo Merge in Adobe Bridge. Each image has a focal length of 28 mm and an ISO of 100. The camera is a Nikon D200. The Rincon and Santa Rita Mountains can be seem in the background.

Panoramic view of Rattlesnake Creek.  This image was created from two photos merged using Photoshop Photo Merge in Adobe Bridge. Each image has a focal length of 28 mm and an ISO of 100. The camera is a Nikon D200.

Since the blog is not always the best for viewing panoramic photos like these, click here to see them in my Flickr account.

kenne

Panoramic Views of The J. Paul Getty Museum   1 comment

J. Paul Getty Museum — View from Tram Station at Parking Garage

J. Paul Getty Museum — View from Tram Station at Entrance

J. Paul Getty Museum — North View of Plaza

J. Paul Getty Museum — View from Central Garden

J. Paul Getty Museum — View of L.A from the South Pavilion: Images by kenne

Click here to see a slideshow of all J. Paul Getty Museum Images taken November 25, 2011.

kenne

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https://kenneturner.wordpress.com/2011/11/29/hole-in-the-wall-what-a-work-of-art/

Capturing the Moment — Hiking In Pima Canyon   1 comment

Pima Canyon SCVN Hike, October 28, 2011– Images by kenne

These images are all panoramic photographs created by combining 2-5 images into one using Photoshop C5. The second image from the top and the last one above are the only images not in a panoramic format.

Pima Canyon is a popular canyon in the Santa Catalinas because it is narrow and offers a lot of diverse vegetation from desert cactus to larger trees in the creek’s riparian area — although, there’s currently no water in the canyon. This was my second hike in Pima Canyon and each time we have hiked to the “first dam.” Next time we hike the canyon, I hope to continue the hike up to the “second dam,” which is about 45-60 minutes on up the canyon.

kenne

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