I spent last week in Grand Junction, Colorado. While I was there I took some time and went up to the Colorado National Monument again. I got up there just about sunset and took several panoramas from three difference locations in the monument. I think this is my favorite. It’s an HDR made from 40 photos. There’s eight frames x five exposures for each frame. I think I’ve decided that manual exposure works better than auto – the auto exposure tends to produce some vignetting when stitching photos with significant variations in light. It is notable in this picture. This picture is 438Mb before I compressed it for the internet. The pan is about 150 degrees.