Skagit Bay Panorama
Even spring can bring blustery days and whitecaps around here. This is the result when Pacific lows move inland north of us. Such a day provided the opportunity to experiment with Canon’s “PhotoStitch” software. I also used the “Stitch-Assist” camera setting. Try saying “Stitch-Assist” three times fast. This photo is a blending of four images taken from a single position on South Fidalgo Island. It turned out surprisingly well, although the beach has assumed an odd boomerang shape. The islands in the distance also look farther away than they really are.
The islands in the background from left are Fidalgo extending halfway across the background; closer are Kiket in two parts connected by a tombolo, Skagit, Hope (behind Skagit and the taller fir) and Whidbey on the right.
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