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Joshua Tree NP - Indian Cove
California

This veiw from the rocks above Indian Cove was taken in the late afternoon during the Christmas week.  The sun slipped behind a cloud while I was shooting and messed up the exposure at the closure point. A lesson to learn there I think.  Funny, my wife also climed the rocks during the shoot and ended up in the pano twice.  As my first pano, it has some mistakes and I have a bit learning to but it was fun and I'm looking for the next nice opportunity. S

Copyright: Steve tidball
Type: Cylindrical
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Uploaded: 04/01/2013
Updated: 18/01/2013
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Tags: nature; desert; rocks
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