Panoramas in the Parks

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National and State Parks and Monuments offer great opportunities for panoramic photography (QTVR and otherwise). I have assembled this collection from our travels around the USA.

I have organized them by alphabetically by state and park name.

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WYOMING

Devil's Tower National Monument

Devil's Tower from the Visitor's Center. ('08)
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A view from the trail head below the Tower. Trails circle the monument at two levels below the tower. ('08)
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Just off the upper trail at the base of the rockfall. ('08)
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I climbed off of the trail onto the lower rockfall to get an 'unimproved' view. ('08)
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Yellowstone National Park

Old Faithful at T-minus 30 minutes. ('08)
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Getting closer at T-minus 15 minutes. ('08)
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T-minus 0; blastoff right on time. ('08)
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Hot water spring along the Old Faithful basin boardwalk. ('08)
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Runoff from the hotsprings and geysers leaves colorful tracks into a stream. ('08)
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Boiling hotspring along the Old Faithful basin boardwalk. ('08)
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The Mammoth Hot Springs basin near the north entrance. ('08)
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It appears the Mammoth Hot Springs have mostly dried up due to the local drought. ('08)
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Mammoth Hot Springs appears to be doing a lot better now. ('10)
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There are still some drier areas up top but the lower areas have a lot more water in them now. ('10)
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