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Franklin Creek
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Franklin Creek Natural Area, near Franklin Grove in Lee County, Illinois is one of my favorite places to shoot in northern Illinois - I try to get over there at least three times a year - spring, fall and winter.  During this winters excursion I noticed this snow covered island (actually a gravel bank) in the middle of the stream and immediately thought that this would be a great place to shoot a spherical panorama!  The only problem I have with winter panoramas is the snow - it's impossible to do one without leaving tracks, and the tracks are really hard (or even impossible) to erase in Photoshop.  

Copyright: Thomas Henneman
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20000x10000
Uploaded: 04/03/2013
Updated: 16/10/2014
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Tags: franklin; creek; natural; nature; area; lee; county; illinois; winter; snow; island; sun; blue; sky; nikon; d300; nodal; ninja; usa
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