Olympic National Park, Washington, USA

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sury
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Olympic National Park, Washington, USA

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These images are from Olympic National Park in the state of Washington, USA. It was raining, cloudy, and had poor light.
https://www.nps.gov/olym/index.htm

The clouds in the foreground are reflections of the clouds in the sky. It is a 9 image panorama with each slice of panorama is a 9 image bracket.
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This one is looking to the right of the above image. 4 image pano with each slice is 9 image bracket.
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A house across the lake. It is taken with Sony 70-400 G and is a 9 image bracket shot on a tripod.
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Re: Olympic National Park, Washington, USA

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Nice panaramas! I particularly like the first one.

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Re: Olympic National Park, Washington, USA

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Thank you Sig.
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My favorite was the last one. I like the reflections and framing the first shot with the roads. I liked the details.
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Thank you, George.

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