Wallowas Lakes Basin
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Panoramic photo by Mark Peterson Taken 12:11, 06/07/2013 - Views loading...

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Wallowas Lakes Basin

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Snow melted early this year in the Lakes Basin though there was still snow and ice on the upper lakes. I was able to hike up to the top of Horton Pass for a view over the Lakes Basin area. Eagle Cap mountain is also visible in this image to the east.

This pano was made in three rows, HDR on the bottom two rows.  91 total photos.  Panasonic GX1 camera. Photomatix HDR, ptgui stitching, Photoshop elements finishing. 

  • Brian Conroy about 1 year ago
    Great Pano. Love these mountains. Well done!
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