Sunday, March 24
Sunday, March 17
Manly Beacon - the West Profile
Yes, I am a bit obsessed with Manly Beason these days. I'm sure I will get over him soon enough. Maybe after 100 Views of Manly Beacon.Having happened upon and linked to Ansel Adams view from the west, I thought I needed to post one (or two) of my own. There could be more.
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Friday, March 15
New View of Manly Beacon
THIS is the same Manly Beacon you have seen from Zabriskie Point.Or have seen in all those pictures made at Zabriskie Point.
The panorama below is the more typical view. Go ahead, click on it for the larger view...
...then flip between the two views to compare.Remarkable, isn't it?
Zabriskie Point is east of Manly Beacon. John and I were very near the foot of the Beacon and to the south when I collected the frames that went into that upper image.
By the way, even Ansel Adams stopped at the Zabriskie Point overlook- see here. He did a little exploring, too; see here for a view from the west.
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Thursday, March 7
Wednesday, March 6
Badwater from Dante's View
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