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Fred Parsons | all galleries >> Galleries >> Arizona & Sedona > Sugarloaf Vista - (Second Place Winner - 2009 Sedona Arts Center Annual Exhibit)
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April 30, 2007 Fred Parsons

Sugarloaf Vista - (Second Place Winner - 2009 Sedona Arts Center Annual Exhibit)

Sedona, AZ

This pano was taken from Sugarloaf, which is a located just in front of Coffee Pot and is an easy
30 minute climb from the trail head to the summit. It provides a
great 120 degree view of the Sedona area north of the city. Here
you are viewing from about 12 o'clock (left-north) to 4 o'clock (right - southeast).
Five images were merged to make this one shot. About 30% overlap.

In the annual exhibit (pro division) 63 images were submitted. Only 13 were hung, 3 were mine
and this one of the three won second prize and sold the last day of the show. Thanks Ken!

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Guest 06-May-2007 12:37
Lovely light in this panorama and you did a great job at capturing and stitching this. Looking at the considerable amount of clouds I'd guess you had to race the clock to make those 5 captures before the light changed. :-)
Flemming Bo Jensen Photography06-May-2007 07:26
Happy birthday Fred! You celebrated with a phenomenal shot that is just about perfect. The clouds are amazing and the shadows from the clouds create great contrast and dramatic range.
Gordon W06-May-2007 01:46
Oh wow! Outstanding image, Fred. High drama in the sky.
Guest 06-May-2007 00:18
nice work fred. not only the pano but the lighting and dynamic range are perfect
b-w studio05-May-2007 23:27
Beautiful landscape. Very nice lighting.
Didier Vanderperre05-May-2007 20:37
Nice shot Fred, I have to make it to Sedona one of these days.
Fred Parsons05-May-2007 20:01
This amount of saturation is mild compared to many of the Sedona area photographers .....;-)