Montanoramas

Montana really deserves its title as “The Big Sky State”. It is truly the promised land for the panoramic photographer.
As I didn’t bring my tripod with me on my trip, I shot only two panoramas on my D800 (the first two below). The rest were shot with the native panorama function on the iPhone 4s. I apologize for the low quality of these panoramas, but I am also an advocate for the notion that ‘the best camera in the world is the one you have with you’.
Click each panorama to see it in its glorious full size and scroll around the view.

The National Bison Range. Those small brown dots on the hill on the far left? Yes, those are bison.

The National Bison Range. Those small brown dots on the hill on the far left? Yes, those are bison.

A spectacular meadow in the middle of the forest on the Idaho-Montana border.

A spectacular meadow in the middle of the forest on the Idaho-Montana border.

Missoula under the setting sun - iPhone pano

Missoula under the setting sun – iPhone pano

Probably the most moving sunset I have ever experienced - iPhone pano

Probably the most moving sunset I have ever experienced – iPhone pano

More soon.

– M

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