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Panorama Gallery

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November 17, 2002. Horsetooth Reservoir, Fort Collins, CO, from the Centennial Road (the highest point just north of the Dixon Dam). The picture was stitched together from 11 single pictures shot in a portrait format. It covers slightly more than 180 degrees.

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The reservoir was filled to 8.5% of its capacity with the pool at 5317.5 feet. The Arthurs Rock is in the middle of the picture (looking west). The main body of water is a central pool next to the Dixon Dam. There is definitely some water in the southern channel. The second channel visible just below the Arthurs Rock is leading to the northern pool next to the Horsetooth Dam. Further on the right you can find my hiking partner, Dax, the Newfounland, and my shadow selfportrait.



November 27, 2002. Horsetooth Reservoir, Fort Collins, CO, from the mouth of the Inlet Bay The picture was stitched together from 11 single pictures shot in a landscape format. It covers about 270 degrees.

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The reservoir was filled to 9.5% of its capacity with the pool at 5320 feet. In the middle of the picture (looking east) you can see the Dixon Dam (just behind the right end of the small island). More paddling pictures of the Horsetooth Reservoir.



December 29, 2003. Panorama of La Sal Mountains shot from Arches National Park (viewpoint near Courthouse). The Canyon of Colorado River is visible just behind a field of petrified sand dunes. Canon D10 camera on a tripod.


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November 27, 2004. Colorado River at Ida Gulch Rapid above Moab, Utah when paddling Sea Wind upstream from Castle Creek Rapid. Handheld Canon PowerShot S40 (8 horizontal pictures stitched together).


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