Monday, November 22, 2010

Panos anyone?

I was looking over all the panoramic shots I've shot from last year and this year, looking to replace the header picture on this blog, for variety's sake if nothing else.

As I searched and found these panoramic shots, I revisited those rides in my mind and thought you might enjoy seeing them again as well.  Here you go, in no particular order. (click on the picture's caption for a link to the ride when the picture was taken, except for first picture).

 On Trail Ridge Road in the Rocky Mountain National Park


 Descending into the valley at the Rocky Mountain National Park













12 comments:

RichardM said...

You do a great job stitching the photos together. I have trouble keeping the exposure consistent between shots. Thank you, enjoyed seeing the panos again.

Richard

George F said...

So many great shots, love the "Coal Creek Canyon Road" and the "Pikes Peak", love those sweeping curves. Are there any jobs for IT Managers in Colorado? ha ha, I will move tomorrow :-)

Raftnn said...

HAve to agree with the others, some great shots there. I have to remind myself to stop and take it all in some times.

Circle Blue said...

Tis' the night before Thanksgiving and I'm hoping there's a Ural in the house.
~Keith

motoroz said...

Great photos. I really like panos. You have a good touch with the camera.

Charlie6 said...

RichardM,

thanks for the kind words, it took me a while to figure out exposure lock...after that it was easy...though there's lots of panos that didn't turn out even then.

Charlie6 said...

GeorgeF

Glad you liked the panos! While things may be picking up here slightly in the IT field, it's still slim pickings I'm afraid.

Charlie6 said...

Raftnn

thanks for the visit and comments, stopping when you spot the good scene, with good light, is key. Coming back later never works.

Charlie6 said...

CircleBlue (keith)

I wish there was one too but now, perhaps by this weekend I am told. But I don't believe them anymore.

Charlie6 said...

Motoroz, thanks for the kind words...it helps when you shoot a lot, you're bound to luck out every now and then....and it helps having the scenery we have here in Colorado....

Jack Riepe said...

Dear Charlie6 (Dom):

I didn't get to this blog until this morning, the day after Thanksgiving, and my first thought is that you had a great family Holiday.

I have to tell you I like the "Hairpin Curves" picture, the "Molas Pass" picture, and the "Uncompagre Mountains" shots the best. And I wish I had been with you on every ride.

Fondest regards,
Jack • reep • Toad
Twisted Roads

Brady said...

Lookin good man! I need to get through there next year... if I can do it before moving to Germany...

Brady
Behind Bars - Motorcycles and Life