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296 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of Sacré Coeur; panorama artwork created by Tim Lo Monaco in La Basilique du Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre, Paris, France

Sacré Coeur & Paris Skyline Spherical Panorama

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La Basilique du Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre, Paris, France

When most people think of churches or cathedrals in Paris, France, the first that comes to mind is the famous Notre Dame Cathedral. Not nearly as old, but just as grand in its own way is Sacre Coeur. La Basilique du Sacré Cœur de Montmartre is a Roman Catholic Basilica dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in Paris, France. Designed by Paul Abadie, construction began in 1875 and was completed in 1914. Built from travertine stone, the Catholic monument sits atop the highest point in Paris, at the summit of butte Montmarte.

Its vantage point makes it easily seen from most iconic sites in the city; especially any of the tall monuments and historic sites of Paris, such as the Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame, or the Eiffel Tower. It sits bright atop the horizon as seen in my VAST Photo of the Paris skyline from Place d’Italie. Upon arrival, one must climb up the many stairs to get to the church, a small pilgrimage in itself. This basilica is simply beautiful, and its architecture feels unique, yet harmonious with other famous churches in Europe. It was hard to put my camera down with so many fascinating features. My wife and I were greeted with incredible panoramic views of Paris as we made the dizzying climb to the top of the dome. As I began to take photos of the cityscape, I decided to include everything I could see into a single photo. The entirety of the whole scene and its cohesive elements is what struck me the most.

I love photos with all-encompassing views and this one is no exception. Due to the extreme width from the top-bottom and left-right of the frame, the three-dimensional photo forced into two-dimensions as seen gives a surreal warped perspective commonly known as a little planet. Due to the tight space and tripod restrictions, I shot this twelve-image composite photo hand-held. This high-resolution panoramic photo of the Paris skyline showcases Paris’ distinct architecture, along with the Eiffel Tower in the distance and two of the towers of Sacre Coeur.

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When most people think of churches or cathedrals in Paris, France, the first that comes to mind is the famous Notre Dame Cathedral. Not nearly as old, but just as grand in its own way is Sacre Coeur. La Basilique du Sacré Cœur de Montmartre is a Roman Catholic Basilica dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in Paris, France. Designed by Paul Abadie, construction began in 1875 and was completed in 1914. Built from travertine stone, the Catholic monument sits atop the highest point in Paris, at the summit of butte Montmarte.

Its vantage point makes it easily seen from most iconic sites in the city; especially any of the tall monuments and historic sites of Paris, such as the Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame, or the Eiffel Tower. It sits bright atop the horizon as seen in my VAST Photo of the Paris skyline from Place d’Italie. Upon arrival, one must climb up the many stairs to get to the church, a small pilgrimage in itself. This basilica is simply beautiful, and its architecture feels unique, yet harmonious with other famous churches in Europe. It was hard to put my camera down with so many fascinating features. My wife and I were greeted with incredible panoramic views of Paris as we made the dizzying climb to the top of the dome. As I began to take photos of the cityscape, I decided to include everything I could see into a single photo. The entirety of the whole scene and its cohesive elements is what struck me the most.

I love photos with all-encompassing views and this one is no exception. Due to the extreme width from the top-bottom and left-right of the frame, the three-dimensional photo forced into two-dimensions as seen gives a surreal warped perspective commonly known as a little planet. Due to the tight space and tripod restrictions, I shot this twelve-image composite photo hand-held. This high-resolution panoramic photo of the Paris skyline showcases Paris’ distinct architecture, along with the Eiffel Tower in the distance and two of the towers of Sacre Coeur.

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435 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a forest in the rain with birch trees; nature photograph created by Duilio Fiorille in Valgioie, Piedmont, Italy

Forest in the rain

435 MEGAPIXEL VAST PHOTO
Valgioie, Piedmont, Italy

This VASTphoto represents a very suggestive small part of a beautiful wood that is located a few minutes from my house, in the small mountain village of Valgioie, located in the Piedmont region in the North West of the Italian Alps.

I took advantage of a few rainy days, long awaited after four months of absolute drought and wind, to be able to immortalize, with a very high resolution photo, this part of the undergrowth where there are many birches and young pines, which share the territory with huge boulders present since the last glaciation and which have become real natural monuments.

To make this photo I took many photos with a macro lens using the focus stacking technique, so as to have both the foreground and background parts in perfect focus, so that you can enjoy the view of the finest details of the forest and the trees. and on their trunks, than on the rocks, than on the grass.

You will also notice that, as a light rain was falling, everything was wet (trees, foliage and ground) and this also increased the contrasts and natural colors of the scene (I applied very little post-production to the photo, it was already all right so at the time of the shooting the scene). The breeze present during the rain made the soaked leaves move delicately, so that you will see in the photo the same immortalized in their movement.

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This VASTphoto represents a very suggestive small part of a beautiful wood that is located a few minutes from my house, in the small mountain village of Valgioie, located in the Piedmont region in the North West of the Italian Alps.

I took advantage of a few rainy days, long awaited after four months of absolute drought and wind, to be able to immortalize, with a very high resolution photo, this part of the undergrowth where there are many birches and young pines, which share the territory with huge boulders present since the last glaciation and which have become real natural monuments.

To make this photo I took many photos with a macro lens using the focus stacking technique, so as to have both the foreground and background parts in perfect focus, so that you can enjoy the view of the finest details of the forest and the trees. and on their trunks, than on the rocks, than on the grass.

You will also notice that, as a light rain was falling, everything was wet (trees, foliage and ground) and this also increased the contrasts and natural colors of the scene (I applied very little post-production to the photo, it was already all right so at the time of the shooting the scene). The breeze present during the rain made the soaked leaves move delicately, so that you will see in the photo the same immortalized in their movement.

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1,664 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of Rainbow Point at Bryce Canyon; photograph created by John Freeman at Rainbow Point, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Rainbow Point

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Rainbow Point, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Hoodoos (irregular columns of rock) exist on every continent, but here in Bryce Canyon National Park is the largest concentration found anywhere on Earth.

This view of Bryce Canyon National Park is from Rainbow Point overlook. In the foreground are sandstone hoodoos. Along the trails visible at the floor of the canyon hikers can be seen hiking along the Under-the-Rim trail which stretches 23 miles, eventually returning to the canyon rim at Bryce Point. In the lower right you will notice the Riggs Spring Loop Trail which is a strenuous backcountry trail that plunges into the canyons below Rainbow Point, completing a 7.5 mile loop between Rainbow and Yovimpa Points.

The legend of Bryce Canyon was explained to a park naturalist in 1936 by Indian Dick, a Paiute elder who then lived on the Kaibab Reservation:

"Before there were humans, the Legend People, To-when-an-ung-wa, lived in that place. There were many of them. They were of many kinds – birds, animals, lizards and such things, but they looked like people. They were not people. They had power to make themselves look that way. For some reason the Legend People in that place were bad; they did something that was not good, perhaps a fight, perhaps some stole something….the tale is not clear at this point. Because they were bad, Coyote turned them all into rocks. You can see them in that place now all turned into rocks; some standing in rows, some sitting down, some holding onto others. You can see their faces, with paint on them just as they were before they became rocks. The name of that place is Angka-ku-wass-a-wits (red painted faces). This is the story the people tell."

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Hoodoos (irregular columns of rock) exist on every continent, but here in Bryce Canyon National Park is the largest concentration found anywhere on Earth.

This view of Bryce Canyon National Park is from Rainbow Point overlook. In the foreground are sandstone hoodoos. Along the trails visible at the floor of the canyon hikers can be seen hiking along the Under-the-Rim trail which stretches 23 miles, eventually returning to the canyon rim at Bryce Point. In the lower right you will notice the Riggs Spring Loop Trail which is a strenuous backcountry trail that plunges into the canyons below Rainbow Point, completing a 7.5 mile loop between Rainbow and Yovimpa Points.

The legend of Bryce Canyon was explained to a park naturalist in 1936 by Indian Dick, a Paiute elder who then lived on the Kaibab Reservation:

"Before there were humans, the Legend People, To-when-an-ung-wa, lived in that place. There were many of them. They were of many kinds – birds, animals, lizards and such things, but they looked like people. They were not people. They had power to make themselves look that way. For some reason the Legend People in that place were bad; they did something that was not good, perhaps a fight, perhaps some stole something….the tale is not clear at this point. Because they were bad, Coyote turned them all into rocks. You can see them in that place now all turned into rocks; some standing in rows, some sitting down, some holding onto others. You can see their faces, with paint on them just as they were before they became rocks. The name of that place is Angka-ku-wass-a-wits (red painted faces). This is the story the people tell."

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265 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of Moncenisio Lake in autumn; landscape photograph created by Duilio Fiorille in Moncenisio Lake, Val-Cenis, France

Moncenisio lake in autumn

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Moncenisio Lake, Val-Cenis, France

In this VASTphoto you can admire the splendid setting of Lake Moncensio, on the border between Italy and France, in the Maurienne region.

This area is one of the most beautiful in the western Alps, famous not only for its villages, but also for its history.

Originally there were two small natural lakes separated by dozens of small waterfalls. The human development of the area meant a considerable increase in the demand for electricity and so a first dig was created. Electricity was not enough yet, so a second dam was built, visible in the photo on the left: this large dam changed the original landscape forever by submerging the sedentary villages, the old road and countless buildings including the famous hospital for soldiers, wanted by Napoleon.

Every year in May, the lake is lowered and it is possible to visit the muddy bottom.
It is said that Hannibal passed through this pass when he came to Italy to conquer it.

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In this VASTphoto you can admire the splendid setting of Lake Moncensio, on the border between Italy and France, in the Maurienne region.

This area is one of the most beautiful in the western Alps, famous not only for its villages, but also for its history.

Originally there were two small natural lakes separated by dozens of small waterfalls. The human development of the area meant a considerable increase in the demand for electricity and so a first dig was created. Electricity was not enough yet, so a second dam was built, visible in the photo on the left: this large dam changed the original landscape forever by submerging the sedentary villages, the old road and countless buildings including the famous hospital for soldiers, wanted by Napoleon.

Every year in May, the lake is lowered and it is possible to visit the muddy bottom.
It is said that Hannibal passed through this pass when he came to Italy to conquer it.

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209 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of an epic rock formation; photograph created by Duilio Fiorille in D 1T, 05100 Névache, France

Epic rocks

209 MEGAPIXEL VAST PHOTO
Névache, France

This VASTphoto portrays the beautiful and colorful rock formations that can be found just above the entrance of the Stretta Valley on the border between France and Italy.

These uniquely shaped rocks are called the "Barabbas Rocks" and are truly spectacular.

I was by chance in that area and along the way I noticed a curve that opened on this wonderful show of lights and colors.

A threatening sky made the scene even more dramatic, amplifying the light and its games in the middle of this valley covered with pine forests

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This VASTphoto portrays the beautiful and colorful rock formations that can be found just above the entrance of the Stretta Valley on the border between France and Italy.

These uniquely shaped rocks are called the "Barabbas Rocks" and are truly spectacular.

I was by chance in that area and along the way I noticed a curve that opened on this wonderful show of lights and colors.

A threatening sky made the scene even more dramatic, amplifying the light and its games in the middle of this valley covered with pine forests

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378 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a pine tree on rocks; nature photograph created by Duilio Fiorille in Valgioie, Piedmont, Italy

The scots pine on the rock

378 MEGAPIXEL VAST PHOTO
Valgioie, Piedmont, Italy

This VAST photo is dedicated to a group of pines that I discovered by chance not far from my home.

These pines were born on some rocky spurs and have literally merged with the rocks that make up the summit of this small ridge, where at the tip there is a statue of Santa Maria.

To make the photos I had to work hard, remaining for a long time clinging to the rocks in a very unnatural position, while piloting my equipment through the use of the mobile phone.

The slope and the very particular shape of this large pine tree, have made it a rather anomalous but interesting perspective, which I hope you will enjoy.

Also noteworthy are the meticulous details of the pine needles, branches, bark exfoliations and rock ripples.

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This VAST photo is dedicated to a group of pines that I discovered by chance not far from my home.

These pines were born on some rocky spurs and have literally merged with the rocks that make up the summit of this small ridge, where at the tip there is a statue of Santa Maria.

To make the photos I had to work hard, remaining for a long time clinging to the rocks in a very unnatural position, while piloting my equipment through the use of the mobile phone.

The slope and the very particular shape of this large pine tree, have made it a rather anomalous but interesting perspective, which I hope you will enjoy.

Also noteworthy are the meticulous details of the pine needles, branches, bark exfoliations and rock ripples.

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138 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a fishing village near mountains; landscape photograph created by Roberto Moiola in Ballstad, Lofoten Islands, Norway

Ballstad, Lofoten Islands, Norway

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Ballstad, Lofoten Islands, Norway

The first time I went to Lofoten Islands I literally fell in love with its quaint fishing villages, with the traditional red wooden cabins called Rorbu.

Our cities, so frenetic and chaotic, force us to live very distant from a more human-sized model of life.

That's why I wanted, through this photograph, to convey two sensations: the tranquility of these fairy-tale villages and the majestic wild nature.

One of the most beautiful things to do at Lofoten Islands is to admire the majestic mountains reflected in the cold sea at sunrise or sunset, a symmetry that leaves you astonished.

In these places I perceived the perfection of nature and the harmonious coexistence with human settlement, an increasingly rare aspect.

I hope that those who look at the photograph will feel projected into that fairytale dimension and feel grateful to nature, so beautiful and perfect as it happened to me.

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The first time I went to Lofoten Islands I literally fell in love with its quaint fishing villages, with the traditional red wooden cabins called Rorbu.

Our cities, so frenetic and chaotic, force us to live very distant from a more human-sized model of life.

That's why I wanted, through this photograph, to convey two sensations: the tranquility of these fairy-tale villages and the majestic wild nature.

One of the most beautiful things to do at Lofoten Islands is to admire the majestic mountains reflected in the cold sea at sunrise or sunset, a symmetry that leaves you astonished.

In these places I perceived the perfection of nature and the harmonious coexistence with human settlement, an increasingly rare aspect.

I hope that those who look at the photograph will feel projected into that fairytale dimension and feel grateful to nature, so beautiful and perfect as it happened to me.

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303 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of Echo Park in los Angeles; photograph created by Greg Probst in Los Angeles, California

Echo Park

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Los Angeles, California

This trip to LA was more or less a scouting trip with a camera. I was hoping to get lucky with the weather and find some locations that I might be able to work with and I feel I did. Making a VAST image is a little bit more complex then making a happy snappy.
When I'm in a forest or the desert there are fewer moving parts but in Echo Park you can see there are people walking and paddle boats and a lot of birds on the pond. Moving boats and birds cause a wake and those will drive you crazy when you have a couple dozen images to stitch together.
The reason I like this scene is having the city skyline right there as a backdrop, calm park vs big city office buildings.

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This trip to LA was more or less a scouting trip with a camera. I was hoping to get lucky with the weather and find some locations that I might be able to work with and I feel I did. Making a VAST image is a little bit more complex then making a happy snappy.
When I'm in a forest or the desert there are fewer moving parts but in Echo Park you can see there are people walking and paddle boats and a lot of birds on the pond. Moving boats and birds cause a wake and those will drive you crazy when you have a couple dozen images to stitch together.
The reason I like this scene is having the city skyline right there as a backdrop, calm park vs big city office buildings.

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1,435 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a scenic landscape in Sedona, Arizona; photograph created by John Freeman

Sedona Sunset

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Sedona, Arizona

Magic Hour or Magic Time in Sedona is a special time of day. The famous sunset "Glow" illuminates Twin Buttes, Schnebly Hill, Courthouse Butte and Cathedral Rock in the setting Sun's last light.

Shoot at a scenic overlook - Hiking area Upper Red Rock Loop Road

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Magic Hour or Magic Time in Sedona is a special time of day. The famous sunset "Glow" illuminates Twin Buttes, Schnebly Hill, Courthouse Butte and Cathedral Rock in the setting Sun's last light.

Shoot at a scenic overlook - Hiking area Upper Red Rock Loop Road

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1,377 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a stream and rock formation; photograph created by John Freeman in Red Rock Crossing, Sedona, Arizona

Cathedral Rock Sunset at Red Rock Crossing

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Red Rock Crossing, Sedona, Arizona

Red Rock Crossing is one of the best places to view Sedona’s beautiful red rocks. It is also the location where photographers go to get the iconic photos of the red rocks with the stream in the photo.

Even if you’ve never specifically heard of Red Rock Crossing, if you are a movie buff of old westerns, this area may look familiar. The classic icon Red Rock seen here is the famous Cathedral Rock and it’s been featured in many classic westerns, including Johnny Guitar and Broken Arrow. The Rounders, Island in the Sky Mesa and The Mittens.

While there used to be an actual “crossing” at Red Rock Crossing, there is none today. There was a “low water” crossing built in 1938, when Roosevelt’s Civilian Conservation Corps built a concrete slab across nearby Oak Creek. It was washed out and rebuilt several times between then and 1978, when enormous floods destroyed most human structures around the area, leaving the creek impassible.

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Red Rock Crossing is one of the best places to view Sedona’s beautiful red rocks. It is also the location where photographers go to get the iconic photos of the red rocks with the stream in the photo.

Even if you’ve never specifically heard of Red Rock Crossing, if you are a movie buff of old westerns, this area may look familiar. The classic icon Red Rock seen here is the famous Cathedral Rock and it’s been featured in many classic westerns, including Johnny Guitar and Broken Arrow. The Rounders, Island in the Sky Mesa and The Mittens.

While there used to be an actual “crossing” at Red Rock Crossing, there is none today. There was a “low water” crossing built in 1938, when Roosevelt’s Civilian Conservation Corps built a concrete slab across nearby Oak Creek. It was washed out and rebuilt several times between then and 1978, when enormous floods destroyed most human structures around the area, leaving the creek impassible.

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498 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of Embarcadero Marina in the morning with boats and the San Diego skyline; photograph created by Greg Probst in Embarcadero Marina, San Diego, California

Morning Calm II

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Embarcadero Marina, San Diego, California

San Diego, of all the cities in California I like San Diego the best. Its laid back, it doesn't seem to want to be anything other then itself and that's nice to see. The calmness in this image is how I see and feel about San Diego,
I made this image near the Convention Center on a nice quiet morning. The light has that smooth morning feel to it, the water expresses that too. Imagine living on one of these boats and waking up everyday to a nice quiet scene in downtown, that's gotta be cool.

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San Diego, of all the cities in California I like San Diego the best. Its laid back, it doesn't seem to want to be anything other then itself and that's nice to see. The calmness in this image is how I see and feel about San Diego,
I made this image near the Convention Center on a nice quiet morning. The light has that smooth morning feel to it, the water expresses that too. Imagine living on one of these boats and waking up everyday to a nice quiet scene in downtown, that's gotta be cool.

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333 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of Griffith Park at night; landscape photograph created by Greg Probst in Griffith Park, Los Angeles

Night From Griffith Park

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Griffith Park, Los Angeles

I love a grande vista overview point for a city and this one of Los Angeles with the white Griffith Observatory with the downtown city skyline is one of those. I've been to this location before and for one reason or another I had never been happy with the results but I am this time.
Go ahead and zoom in on the observatory or anyone of the buildings and I think you'll be happy with this image

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I love a grande vista overview point for a city and this one of Los Angeles with the white Griffith Observatory with the downtown city skyline is one of those. I've been to this location before and for one reason or another I had never been happy with the results but I am this time.
Go ahead and zoom in on the observatory or anyone of the buildings and I think you'll be happy with this image

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3,645 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of the Grand Canyon at sunset; panorama landscape photograph created by John Freeman in Yaki Point, South Rim, Grand Canyon, Arizona

Yaki Point Sunset

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Yaki Point, South Rim, Grand Canyon, Arizona

Zoroaster and Brama Temples are just two of the features visible from Yaki Point. Just a few miles east of Grand Canyon Village, visitors can stand at Yaki (or Yaqui) Point and contemplate a distinctly different view of the Grand Canyon. Although it is near the popular and frequently-visited viewpoints of Grandeur, Yavapai and Mather Points, Yaki Point is located on a separate promontory and therefore provides views of different features of the Canyon.
Here the view of the canyon opens up to the east, with the Desert View Watchtower visible in the distance.

In 1925, the National Park Service wanted a quick route into the canyon since Ralph Cameron refused to give up control of the Bright Angel Trail. They decided to build their own trail at Yaki Point, since it was near the village and allowed a fairly direct route into the Canyon. Today known as the South Kaibab Trail, it was originally referred to as the Yaki Trail because it began near Yaki Point.

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Zoroaster and Brama Temples are just two of the features visible from Yaki Point. Just a few miles east of Grand Canyon Village, visitors can stand at Yaki (or Yaqui) Point and contemplate a distinctly different view of the Grand Canyon. Although it is near the popular and frequently-visited viewpoints of Grandeur, Yavapai and Mather Points, Yaki Point is located on a separate promontory and therefore provides views of different features of the Canyon.
Here the view of the canyon opens up to the east, with the Desert View Watchtower visible in the distance.

In 1925, the National Park Service wanted a quick route into the canyon since Ralph Cameron refused to give up control of the Bright Angel Trail. They decided to build their own trail at Yaki Point, since it was near the village and allowed a fairly direct route into the Canyon. Today known as the South Kaibab Trail, it was originally referred to as the Yaki Trail because it began near Yaki Point.

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413 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format panorama photo print of the Downtown Los Angeles skyline at sunset; cityscape photograph created by Greg Probst in Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles From The Hills II

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Los Angeles, California

I want to be honest with you. I'm old school when it comes to traveling and image making. I've been doing this since the early 1980's. I use paper maps and I have lots of them from New Zealand to Alaska and every place in between. I get them because its easier to read and see where I might want to go. I draw on them, write notes on them, they are my souvenirs. They don't need batteries and the good ones survive the washing machine.
I found this location because I have maps. Trying to find a parking place was tougher then finding the location. Los Angeles maybe a city for cars but not a city for parking cars, hint hint to the city leaders.

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I want to be honest with you. I'm old school when it comes to traveling and image making. I've been doing this since the early 1980's. I use paper maps and I have lots of them from New Zealand to Alaska and every place in between. I get them because its easier to read and see where I might want to go. I draw on them, write notes on them, they are my souvenirs. They don't need batteries and the good ones survive the washing machine.
I found this location because I have maps. Trying to find a parking place was tougher then finding the location. Los Angeles maybe a city for cars but not a city for parking cars, hint hint to the city leaders.

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427 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of Griffith Observatory in front of the Los Angeles skyline; panorama photograph created by Greg Probst in Griffith Park, Los Angeles

Classic Los Angeles

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Griffith Park, Los Angeles

This view of Los Angeles from Griffith Park is one of those iconic scenes. It gives the perspective that the city goes on forever and that's not a wrong thought. You get stuck in traffic and it'll take forever to get anywhere.

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This view of Los Angeles from Griffith Park is one of those iconic scenes. It gives the perspective that the city goes on forever and that's not a wrong thought. You get stuck in traffic and it'll take forever to get anywhere.

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