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(June 16–21, 2005)

David Diederich

Grand Basin in Forest Park

Stephen DeNagy

Night on the Snake River at Idaho Falls

Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA

June 21, 2005 at 1 AM

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© 2005 Stephen DeNagy, All Rights Reserved.

The Snake River has three modest impoundments for hydro power. The dam manages to preserve much of the original falls for which the town is named. The scene is taken at the river bank just beneath a hotel. Despite a modest urban area, my unexpected assistants were a large river otter who visited me several times, and a goose, who was able to sit still for the numerous several minute exposures. My first serious pano. And...next time I will use a pano head! Slightly crooked panos are a nightmare to fix!!

USA-Canada / USA-Idaho

Lat: 43° 29' 47" N
Long: 113° 3' 46" W

Elevation: 4600

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

Canon 10D with Sigma 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye, defished in Photoshop CS2 and assembled in RealViz Stitcher on a Mac PB 17", on a Giottos Tripod with Markins Ballhead.

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