One final panorama from our trip last month. This one's from the summit of Mt. Crawford, just off the Davis Path in the White Mountains. Mt. Crawford is on a subsidiary ridge of the Presidentials; Mt. Washington is visible about 2/3 to the right. I'm not certain exactly how wide it is; depending upon exactly what I did, Hugin gave me estimates of between 270 and 310 degrees. This was hand held, and I had to perform a bit of surgery to get some seams to line up (in addition to synthesizing some rock and sky). The Sigma 8-16 that I used (at the wide end) isn't a flare monster, but I did have to clean up some flare spots. Full size is about 35 megapixels.
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