Landscape and Panoramic Photography

Cliffs and Approach to Angel Pass

I was particularly excited to camp on the east side of Angel Pass this summer because we set our tents up in the vicinity of the campsite that I used two years ago. It’s interesting to observe how a scene changes, both from my subjective perspective and through a more objective examination of changes  in the landscape. I also like to “see” the same scene twice with a photographer’s eye to capture a new aspect of a landscape: I took a photo of the cliffs near the campsite after sunrise in 2011, and I decided to replicate the same panoramic view of the early morning scene this summer but with more foreground elements.

I have also included a photo of Angel Pass and the lakes below the Pass that I took on our approach to the Divide later that morning.

Fin Cliffs and ReflectionFin Cliffs and Reflection, Wind River Range, WY (16″x37″)

Lakes and Shadows Below Angel PassLakes and Shadows below Angel Pass, Wind River Range, WY (16″x58″)

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One response

  1. Such a beautiful view! Your portrait photos are stunning.

    November 3, 2013 at 10:19

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