Here are some more panoramas from my sierra trip two weekends ago.
Two weekends ago my friend Matt Yachmetz and I took a trip up to Lone Pine, California to see the results of a massive snow storm that hit most of California. We spent two nights camping in 15 degree weather in the snow. It was a really great experience that I will detail more in another post. For now I just wanted to get one of the first of many panoramas that I took up on the blog. We met up with the guys from Xrez.com who specialize in gigapixel photography and they inspired me to get back into taking big panos. This particular shot was taken up in the Inyo Mountains on the road up to the Cerro Gordo Mines. The fins running back into the photo are Rift Dikes from volcanic fissures. This mosaic is composed of 47 images shot at 105mm with my Nikon D3. The final stitched image is 258 megapixels.