Well done, Ken. That looks like quite a stroll. I had a look on Google Maps
in Globe View, but it was too difficult to replicate your view: there was snow
on the almost all the surfaces, and I couldn’t work out sensibly which way you
were facing in the centre of the shot.
But never mind, it’s a lovely view.
> On 24 Aug 2020, at 11:16, olympus-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> (With subject line this time)
> Chugach Mountains - From the summit of Harp Mountain. Near Anchorage,
> Alaska. Multi-image panorama. (20 images used). Panasonic DMC-GX85
> with Lumix 12-32 lens. Processed in Adobe Lightroom.
> http://zone-10.com/d1/node/361 <http://zone-10.com/d1/node/361>
> The hike up Harp Mountain (5001') is one of the more challenging
> trails in the area. It's not a long hike, as the trail is only two
> miles long, but the elevation gain is almost 2700' in that two miles.
> It starts out steep and only gets steeper. It's not a trail I would
> recommend in wet conditions. The final climb is a bit intense and
> I'm planning on bagging one more peak this next week, which will be my
> fourth this year.
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