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Jordan Pond
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The view from the South end of Jordan Pond is one of the finest in Acadia National Park.  On the left, Penobscot and Sargent Mountains, Pemetic on the right, and at the far end the North and South Bubbles.

Copyright: Thomas k sharpless
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Resolution: 21564x10782
Uploaded: 04/09/2012
Updated: 30/06/2014
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Tags: landscape; lake; mountains; acadia; mt.desert
  • Thomas Sharpless over 1 year ago
    This was taken from about 12 feet up on a Crain surveyor's pole with a pano bracket mounted on top. It is 20 shots (6 around up 55 degress, 8 around level, 6-around down 55) plus nadir with a Sony NEX-5n and Zenitar 16mm fisheye lens. The Crain pole has an excellent big level, so I can even shoot this pattern supporting the pole by hand, though in this case it was supported by a tripod.
  • Aaron Priest over 1 year ago
    Well done! What did you use to raise the camera so high?
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