Geological GigaPans from Death Valley National Park and the immediate vicinity.
As the walls closed in I stopped to shoot this 360 because of some interesting geology. Can you find it?
Once again, clouds are my bane. Sometimes you just have to shoot through them. Alas, not every day can be severe clear...
Unfortunately I was blocking traffic on this one-lane, one-way road, so I couldn't go back and reshoot the cloud-affected rows.
I'll have to find a field guide to get some more specific names for the features seen here.
The ghost town of Rhyolite, Nevada is near the center of the panorama.
Is there a syncline visible here?
Partly cloudy days are the bane of GigaPan photographers, but occasionally, with a certain amount of patience and luck, they can serve to really highlight the interesting parts of one's panorama.
The geologic faults should be clear enough, but I fear they're overshadowed by the GigaPan photographer's faults in missing two consecutive images. D'oh!
Sedimentary breccia composed primarily of Noonday Dolomite is plastered to the walls of Mosaic Canyon, giving it its name.
This is as far as I went this day - some other day I'll bring the macro camera and GigaPan the narrows.
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