I am very proud of this pano. I think it is the best one I've made so far because of the good exposure an clean stitching. There is a lot of detail in the city.
David Pivin beat me to this one, and got more pixels and richer color to boot (www.gigapan.org/gigapans/49832/). All I can claim is a little wider field of view.
Ferron Sandstone in Muddy Creek canyon, near Emery, UT; view of upper portion of canyon (near Rochester Panel).
Upper Sego Sandstone in San Arroyo Canyon near head of canyon
Here is my attempt to capture a sunset in progress.
Upper Sego Sandstone exposed in San Arroyo Canyon, UT near head of canyon.
Ferron Sandstone in Muddy Creek canyon, near Emery, UT; view of channels in upper portion of canyon.
This panel provides a closer look at the details of these carvings. While abstract to the point of "inventing' their own symbols there are some clear messages here, and a graphic history is plainly shown.
This was taken on the Primitive Trail behind the Windows Section in Arches National Park.
Sego Sandstone in the middle of San Arroyo Canyon. 360 degree image; two field assistants and a survey target visible for scale.
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