Aug 5 2008

Kasha Katuwe – again!

I seem to be doomed to go to Tent Rocks for the rest of my life 🙂 – I have no idea how often I’ve been there since I moved to Santa Fe, but it’s certainly more than two hands full.

On Saturday I went again for a hike with my Adobe colleague Donna, who was in town to help with a Lightroom2 seminar at the Santa Fe Workshops.

And we both brought our cameras and snapped throughout the hike. I wanted to do something different this time and only brought the 50mm-1.2 lens and nothing else. On the top I snapped 7 photos in vertical orientation down into the canyon. Back home I stitched them together in Photoshop and converted the end result into Black and White.

Clicking on the thumbnail below will bring you to a medium sized 4096×1112 pixels (1.6MB) JPEG file. And if you have a few minutes to spare (depending on your connection speed and mine), then check out this link to a 12169×3304 pixels (7MB) JPEG file. The last one would make a nice wallpaper for a three monitor setup …

Thanks Donna!

PS: I did install Lightroom2 …

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