The Continetal Divide Panoramic

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  1. BoblyBill

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    I love this place. This was taken at 11,000 feet at the top of Monark Pass. They still have 12ft of snow.
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    That is incredible! I love the pano
     
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    that pano rocks!!!!!!

    and, um, your friend is wearing shorts?! :stun:
     
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    We people in CO are a different breed of people... Shorts or the norm... We don't get cold like these people down here in TX do.
     
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    1st picture is the best, amazing colours and contrast !!


    bye

    Valerio Santarelli
     
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    I love the sky in the pano.... but the sag in the middle is too much tension for me...

    I wanna look down...
     
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    You should come to Minnesota or North Dakota in the winter. Every winter I see at least a few people out and about with shorts.
     
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    Haha yes we are. Not to mention, it was probably about 50-60 degrees when that was taken... No?

    ( 50-60 is warm for us!! ):er:
     
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    I like 1 and 2 the best but i would like to see all Of the trres in 1.3 is my fav and not only is yer friend wearing shorts hes walking on what looks like very thin ice,and with all this global warming milarkey I would be taking any chances especially not in shorts:lol: great shots.
     
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    Thanks... I shot this with landscape shots so there isn't much data farther down but I did also shoot this one vertically so I'll see what I can do about that. LOL... That was not ice that he was standning but concrete.
     

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