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Panoramic Mountain Views

 
Panoramic Mountain Views

Page Type: Album

Object Title: Panoramic Mountain Views

Image Type(s): Scenery, Panorama

 

Page By: 2skinners

Created/Edited: Feb 14, 2006 / Mar 9, 2007

Object ID: 172032

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Page Score: 96.51% - 60 Votes 

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I Encourage everyone to click the Panoramas, they look much cooler when they are big!!

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Images


Elbert\'s Moonshadow

Elbert's Moonshadow

The Fitz Roy range

The Fitz Roy range

Catinaccio/Rosengarten, the North part

Catinaccio/Rosengarten, the North part

Panorama From Yerupaja to Siula Grande

Panorama From Yerupaja to Siula Grande

Sierra 100 mile Panorama from Mazourka Peak

Sierra 100 mile Panorama from Mazourka Peak

Monte Rosa group

Monte Rosa group

Panorama Stuedlridge

Panorama Stuedlridge

360° Panorama - 1000 summits

360° Panorama - 1000 summits

Dent d\'Herens and Matterhorn

Dent d'Herens and Matterhorn

Panorama of the "Saddle",...

Panorama of the "Saddle",...

One of the best views...

One of the best views...

Mount Regan Panoramic

Mount Regan Panoramic

Hidden Lake Peaks 360°  View

Hidden Lake Peaks 360° View

Panorama to ..

Panorama to ..

Matterhorn/Cervino

Matterhorn/Cervino


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liviozI appreciated ..

livioz

Voted 10/10

your idea to create this album and I have contributed with a pic.
Detach it freely if your original project was different!
Posted Feb 16, 2006 8:57 am

CBoldt1010Thank you!

CBoldt1010

Hasn't voted

...for starting this album. I love to see panoramic shots, they give such a great perspective to the size and scale of these mountains and ranges we all love. It's also great to see the surrounding landscape and all the levels of climate changes around these massive places! They really make you feel like you are there for a brief moment!
Posted Oct 4, 2006 7:44 pm

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