Panoramas? Yes or No


Below are three similar images of the marine layer rolling into Carmel Valley on California’s Pacific Ocean Coastline. The top photo was produced by stitching 3 images in Photoshop. The second photo used two images and the last was one image.

With the clouds obscuring the sun along the coast, the light was extremely flat and not worth photographing. No glorious sunset shots today.  Then I remembered from a trip here years ago, that there was a good vantage point in the highlands of Carmel Valley, overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

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The sun sets beyond the approaching marine layer at Carmel Valley, California

 

The sun sets beyond the approaching marine layer at Carmel Valley, California

 

The sun sets beyond the approaching marine layer at Carmel Valley, California

And here’s a few more images from the area while the light was right!

 

The sun sets beyond the approaching marine layer at Carmel Valley, California

 

Oak Trees in a hilltop pasture overlook Carmel Valley, California

 

The sun sets beyond the approaching marine layer at Carmel Valley, California

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14 comments

  1. Lovely layers of light. It’d be a good candidate for a triptych.

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  2. Strangely, my favorite 3 are the very first, where you put 3 together and the very last one.

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  3. Stunning shots, Michael! Magical!

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  4. Gorgeous shots and have a wonderful week.

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  5. Beautiful! I loved the single frame one as much as the ones with more than one.

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  6. I think my favourite is the second photo, but I keep changing my mind. They’re all lovely.

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