Panorama

A panorama is either an image cropped to an elongated rectangle, or it’s an image comprised of two or more pictures stitched together to create a wider image.

Camp life (cont.) – Heating some water on my Fancee Feest cat-can alcohol stove. I was being lazy, and couldn’t be bothered to light the woodstove just to heat up some hot dogs and boil water for a cup of tea. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two. 2 pictures

Table Rock Lake from the water’s edge. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two. 2 pictures

Camped by ‘Cab Creek’ – Day Two, Hercules Glades, Pees Hollow Trail.

Camped by ‘Cab Creek’ – Day Two, Hercules Glades, Pees Hollow Trail.

The brush is growing and views are limited – Ten years ago when we first hiked this trail the views were a lot better.

Back at the bluffs

Table Rock Lake at Piney Creek Wilderness – this is my little spot of Ozarks’ heaven. Piney Creek – Day One.

Day Two – Sunrise near Mary Hollow.

Another empty trailhead – Here I am parked up, ready to start a three-day hike around the Devil’s Backbone Wilderness

One more Piney Creek Panorama for luck – I’m not sure that I’ll ever tire of this view, though maybe I do need to stop taking pictures of it. Each time I look the play of the light is different. 2 pictures

Early morning sunshine. 2 pictures

Frosty Morning – The predicted overnight temperatures were 30°F. It dropped to 21°F. Fortunately, I’d anticipated this and I was nice and warm in my hammock.

Winter twilight on the lake.

Storm clouds over the Solent – Vacation Day 12.

View from the Devil’s Humps, Kingley Vale. 3 pictures

Fishermen in the dusk.

View from the bluffs overlooking Beaver Creek at Hercules Glades. Video: 22 seconds & 2 pictures

A Quick Diversion Off-Trail – I had hoped that there would be more water running over these stepped falls, but this is what there was.

Winter sunset, Long Creek, Hercules Glades Wilderness.

Winter Sunset, Long Creek, Hercules Glades Wilderness.

Buck Hollow. An idyllic and tranquil view later to be interrupted by the arrival of a bear. One-minute read

Photograph of Fallingwater. Bear Run, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, taken from the bridge over Bear Run.

Fallingwater — Frank Lloyd Wright. The view on the opposite side of the bridge over Bear Run 2 pictures

Cold War Era Gallery of the National Museum of the US Air Force, Dayton Ohio. 17 pictures

Photograph of the Piney Creek Arm of Table Rock Lake, Piney Creek Wilderness, Mark Twain National Forest

Three Days Summer Backpacking at Piney Creek Wilderness. I decided to take on my aversion to summer backpacking, face the heat, and see if I could get some wilderness rest and recuperation. Trip write-up: Eight-minute read. 49 pictures

Dry Falls – Panorama.

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