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Early the next morning Wednesday July 8, I rambled off to a primary lake target on the trip but as sun rose on the landscape, a growing early breeze limited attempts for lake reflections. I did manage the above large landscape lake reflection with nice clouds early at 7:20am while shadows were still in a foreground cove.
This was the morning before one of the coldest and strongest summer storm events of the last decade came through that dropped a few inches of snow over some wide areas above 10,000 feet. The snow was preceded by the most intense lightning, thunder, hail storm I've experienced in over 4+ decades in the Sierra Nevada with grape to cherry sized hail. But during this morning before, nice clouds were forming at different high altitudes in the atmosphere. One amusement I've always had with bilateral symmetry lake reflections is by rotating 90 degrees they sometimes form interesting likenesses to familiar graphics. The above with some of the left side of the frame cropped then rotated CCW looks vaguely like The Space Rocket
Sony A6000 Sigma 30mm F2.8 DN atop a Nodal Ninja III MKII panoramic head. A 11500 by 9000 pixel 4x2 vertical stitch panel set blended with Kolor Autopano using 35 focus stack blended images processed with Adobe Photoshop CS6. Following shows the real detail:
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2015 Trip Chronicles Chronicles
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that is about a 9-day backpack 3 of us did going south over Duck Pass into the Fish Creek
drainage of the John Muir Wilderness
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