Panoramic Images

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Landscape, Photography

I love panoramic landscape photographs because somehow they give me different perspective of the landscape. Most of my panoramic images were produced by taking 2-3 but sometimes up to five or six shots and were then stitched together in post processing. Three shots were taken to produce the featured image for scene of misty morning at the Great Falls Park in Virginia. Below are some of my favorite images in my collection.

Morning at Zabriskie Point at Death Valley:

Tulip Fields at Mt. Vernon, Washington:

Land of Pagodas in Bagan (Pagon), Myanmar:

Monument Valley, Utah:

Grand Teton at Dawn:

Morning mist at Grand Teton:

Haystack at Cannon Beach, Oregon:

Sunset at La Push, Washington:

Sunset at Bandon Beach, Oregon:

Shenandoah National Park, VA:

Taipei 101 at Dusk, Taipei, Taiwan:

Sunset at Valley of Gods, Utah:

Blackwater NWR, Cambridge, Maryland:

Foliage at Adirondack Park, New York:

Great Smoky Mountains at Dusk:

Hope you enjoy viewing these images.

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A retired professional engineer, nature lover and avid photographer

8 thoughts on “Panoramic Images”

    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you, Miriam, I’m pleased that you enjoyed these images!

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