I’m spreading these out over time on FB/G+, but thought I’d do a dump here while I’m thinking about it (and have the spare hard drive hooked up). I don’t have details for all of these on hand, and right now the computer is churning away trying to process images from today’s shoot, but I will put up some descriptions over time. Until then, hope you enjoy.
This 322 megapixel composite image was taken from Newfound Gap, on the Tennessee / North Carolina border, looking into North Carolina. US 441 winds along the right side of the frame, headed toward Cherokee, NC. The final image is stitched from 196 component images.
This 91-image composite of the Blue Ridge Parkway running through North Carolina resulted in a 217 megapixel composite.
This is a 243 megapixel composite image, composed of 120 component images. It shows a random overlook on the Blue Ridge Parkway, just before the leaves were at peak.