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223 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a cabin in the woods with aspen trees; photograph created by Phillip Noll in Mancos, Colorado

Aspen Woods Cabin

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Mancos, Colorado

Up in the foothills above the town of Mancos, CO there is a quaint little cabin nestled in among the aspen trees.

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Up in the foothills above the town of Mancos, CO there is a quaint little cabin nestled in among the aspen trees.

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674 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format canvas photo of a New England scene with a covered bridge of a river and autumn foliage; photograph created by John Freeman in Bridge Street, Henniker, New Hampshire

New England College Covered Bridge: Cropped

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Bridge Street, Henniker, New Hampshire

This bridge, which crosses the Contoocook river, located on Grove St in Henniker, New Hampshire, near the New England College campus was built by Milton Graton and his son Arnold in 1972 using traditional methods. The bridge serves New England College and the community of Henniker as a footbridge. Town lattice truss; 136 feet long.

This is a cropped version of the original focus stacked image consisting of 1403 individual images yielding 147 focus stacked images in 7 rows x 21 columns.

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This bridge, which crosses the Contoocook river, located on Grove St in Henniker, New Hampshire, near the New England College campus was built by Milton Graton and his son Arnold in 1972 using traditional methods. The bridge serves New England College and the community of Henniker as a footbridge. Town lattice truss; 136 feet long.

This is a cropped version of the original focus stacked image consisting of 1403 individual images yielding 147 focus stacked images in 7 rows x 21 columns.

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1,058 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a covered bridge over a river in New England in autumn; photograph created by John Freeman in Bridge Street, Henniker, New Hampshire

New England College Covered Bridge: Wide

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Bridge Street, Henniker, New Hampshire

This bridge, which crosses the Contoocook river, located on Grove St in Henniker, New Hampshire, near the New England College campus was built by Milton Graton and his son Arnold in 1972 using traditional methods. The bridge serves New England College and the community of Henniker as a footbridge. Town lattice truss; 136 feet long.

This is a cropped version of the original focus stacked image consisting of 1403 individual images yielding 147 focus stacked images in 7 rows x 21 columns.

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This bridge, which crosses the Contoocook river, located on Grove St in Henniker, New Hampshire, near the New England College campus was built by Milton Graton and his son Arnold in 1972 using traditional methods. The bridge serves New England College and the community of Henniker as a footbridge. Town lattice truss; 136 feet long.

This is a cropped version of the original focus stacked image consisting of 1403 individual images yielding 147 focus stacked images in 7 rows x 21 columns.

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121 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a landscape with mountains and a river; photograph created by Phillip Noll in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Teton Sunrise

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Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

The jagged Teton Range basks in pink alpenglow at sunrise and is reflected in a still portion of the Snake River.

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The jagged Teton Range basks in pink alpenglow at sunrise and is reflected in a still portion of the Snake River.

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1,106 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a waterfall in the forest; nature photograph created by John Freeman in Moss Glen Falls Rd, Stowe, Vermont

Moss Glen Falls

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Moss Glen Falls Rd, Stowe, Vermont

The Moss Glen Falls hike is a short, scenic hike to a spectacular waterfall, and is only about a 5-minute drive from Stowe’s historic Village. For most people, the highlight of this hike is the actual Moss Glen Falls, which is only about a quarter-mile from the trail head.

While Moss Glen Falls isn’t the tallest waterfall in Vermont, it certainly is one of the most picturesque cascading 125 feet! It is also one of the most beautiful, as the water courses through a gorge, into pools, and over sloping vertical walls in a deep forest dominated by hemlock.

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The Moss Glen Falls hike is a short, scenic hike to a spectacular waterfall, and is only about a 5-minute drive from Stowe’s historic Village. For most people, the highlight of this hike is the actual Moss Glen Falls, which is only about a quarter-mile from the trail head.

While Moss Glen Falls isn’t the tallest waterfall in Vermont, it certainly is one of the most picturesque cascading 125 feet! It is also one of the most beautiful, as the water courses through a gorge, into pools, and over sloping vertical walls in a deep forest dominated by hemlock.

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2,286 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a covered bridge in New England in autumn; photograph created by John Freeman in Bridge Street, Henniker, New Hampshire

New England College Covered Bridge

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Bridge Street, Henniker, New Hampshire

This bridge, which crosses the Contoocook river, located on Grove St in Henniker, New Hampshire, near the New England College campus was built by Milton Graton and his son Arnold in 1972 using traditional methods. The bridge serves New England College and the community of Henniker as a footbridge. Town lattice truss; 136 feet long.

This is the full sized un-cropped version of the focus stacked image consisting of 1403 individual images yielding 147 focus stacked images in 7 rows x 21 columns.

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This bridge, which crosses the Contoocook river, located on Grove St in Henniker, New Hampshire, near the New England College campus was built by Milton Graton and his son Arnold in 1972 using traditional methods. The bridge serves New England College and the community of Henniker as a footbridge. Town lattice truss; 136 feet long.

This is the full sized un-cropped version of the focus stacked image consisting of 1403 individual images yielding 147 focus stacked images in 7 rows x 21 columns.

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141 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a lake in front of mountains; landscape photograph created by Phillip Noll in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

String Lake Reflections

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Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

An early morning visit to String Lake provided us with this mirror-like reflection of the majestic Teton Range.

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An early morning visit to String Lake provided us with this mirror-like reflection of the majestic Teton Range.

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211 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone with the lower falls; landscape photograph created by Phillip Noll in Yellowstone National Park, WY

Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

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Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

The Yellowstone River thunders over Lower Yellowstone Falls into a golden canyon of altered volcanic rocks, hot springs, and trees.

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The Yellowstone River thunders over Lower Yellowstone Falls into a golden canyon of altered volcanic rocks, hot springs, and trees.

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228 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a landscape in Hawaii at sunset; photograph created by Jeff Lewis in Honolulu, Hawaii

Touch the Sky

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Honolulu, Hawaii

Calling yourself a landscape photographer is dangerous. Even the word "vacation" can mean something completely different, if you aren't careful!

On this Oahu adventure, "vacation" meant waking up at 3:50AM, slathering on bug spray, driving an hour, ascending a muddy, slippery trail, scaling several vertical cliffs with the help of ropes, all in the dark, and standing at the top in a pool of sweat waiting for the sun to rise... or it meant packing up from the beach early to speed across town with an empty water bottle, and hike up a steep hill with the help of ropes... and loving every second of the adventure!

Of course, between these hikes, I enjoyed some shave ice, local grinds, and a dip in the ocean. See, photographers ARE capable of "vacation", too! Sometimes, anyway...

One of the most interesting aspects of Oahu's scenery is the human influence throughout many of the views. This view is no exception, showing the sky-piercing cliffs called Nuanuu Pali, with multiple highways cutting through the passes, and a golf course and cities of Kaneohe and Kailua on the right. It's uncommon to see such heavily populated areas interspersed with such dramatic mountains. I admit, I slightly envy the people who get to drive that highway on their way to work every day. Don't you?

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Calling yourself a landscape photographer is dangerous. Even the word "vacation" can mean something completely different, if you aren't careful!

On this Oahu adventure, "vacation" meant waking up at 3:50AM, slathering on bug spray, driving an hour, ascending a muddy, slippery trail, scaling several vertical cliffs with the help of ropes, all in the dark, and standing at the top in a pool of sweat waiting for the sun to rise... or it meant packing up from the beach early to speed across town with an empty water bottle, and hike up a steep hill with the help of ropes... and loving every second of the adventure!

Of course, between these hikes, I enjoyed some shave ice, local grinds, and a dip in the ocean. See, photographers ARE capable of "vacation", too! Sometimes, anyway...

One of the most interesting aspects of Oahu's scenery is the human influence throughout many of the views. This view is no exception, showing the sky-piercing cliffs called Nuanuu Pali, with multiple highways cutting through the passes, and a golf course and cities of Kaneohe and Kailua on the right. It's uncommon to see such heavily populated areas interspersed with such dramatic mountains. I admit, I slightly envy the people who get to drive that highway on their way to work every day. Don't you?

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320 megapixels! A very high resolution artistic photo of a mountain ridge with jungle in the foreground; nature landscape photograph created by Jeff Lewis in Kaneohe, Hawaii

Paradise Peak

320 MEGAPIXEL VAST PHOTO
Kaneohe, Hawaii

Calling yourself a landscape photographer is dangerous. Even the word "vacation" can mean something completely different, if you aren't careful!

On this Oahu adventure, "vacation" meant waking up at 3:50AM, slathering on bug spray, driving an hour, ascending a muddy, slippery trail, scaling several vertical cliffs with the help of ropes, all in the dark, and standing at the top in a pool of sweat waiting for the sun to rise... and loving every second of the adventure!

Of course, after the hike, I enjoyed some shave ice, local grinds, and a dip in the ocean. See, photographers ARE capable of "vacation", too! Sometimes, anyway...

I also captured more "open" vistas this morning, but this perfect tree frame was my favorite. It was a rare, remarkably clear morning, with all the mountains fully visible, and powerful golden sunlight illuminating every leaf and hillside. This VAST photo showcases every detail on this particularly dramatic mountain peak, with a couple of the local neighborhoods below visible between the tree branches. What a view!

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Calling yourself a landscape photographer is dangerous. Even the word "vacation" can mean something completely different, if you aren't careful!

On this Oahu adventure, "vacation" meant waking up at 3:50AM, slathering on bug spray, driving an hour, ascending a muddy, slippery trail, scaling several vertical cliffs with the help of ropes, all in the dark, and standing at the top in a pool of sweat waiting for the sun to rise... and loving every second of the adventure!

Of course, after the hike, I enjoyed some shave ice, local grinds, and a dip in the ocean. See, photographers ARE capable of "vacation", too! Sometimes, anyway...

I also captured more "open" vistas this morning, but this perfect tree frame was my favorite. It was a rare, remarkably clear morning, with all the mountains fully visible, and powerful golden sunlight illuminating every leaf and hillside. This VAST photo showcases every detail on this particularly dramatic mountain peak, with a couple of the local neighborhoods below visible between the tree branches. What a view!

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333 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a waterfall in Yellowstone; photograph created by Phillip Noll in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Undine Falls

333 MEGAPIXEL VAST PHOTO
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

The 100 foot Undine Falls on Lava Creek is a beautiful sight easily seen from the road to Mammoth Hot Springs.

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The 100 foot Undine Falls on Lava Creek is a beautiful sight easily seen from the road to Mammoth Hot Springs.

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218 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a creek; nature photograph created by Phillip Noll in Middle Fork Salmon River, ID

Loon Creek

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Middle Fork Salmon River, Idaho

The confluence of Loon Creek with the Middle Fork of the Salmon River in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness in the Salmon-Challis National Forest, Idaho.

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The confluence of Loon Creek with the Middle Fork of the Salmon River in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness in the Salmon-Challis National Forest, Idaho.

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685 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of an alpine landscape with snowy mountains; panorama photograph created by Alfred Feil in Zugspitze, Germany

View from Mount Zugspitze

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Zugspitze, Germany

I made the pic at 2962 m above sea level from the Zugspitze. It is Germany's highest mountain, which it shares with Austria. The Zugspitze massif is located in Bavaria (Germany) and in the north of Tyrol (Austria). The border between Germany and Austria runs over its western summit.

In good weather you can enjoy the 4-country view (Austria/Italy/Switzerland/Germany) into the two- and three-thousanders (and the only 4ooo m peak) of the Eastern European Alps. in total more than 400 summits.
most peaks on the pic are austrian.

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I made the pic at 2962 m above sea level from the Zugspitze. It is Germany's highest mountain, which it shares with Austria. The Zugspitze massif is located in Bavaria (Germany) and in the north of Tyrol (Austria). The border between Germany and Austria runs over its western summit.

In good weather you can enjoy the 4-country view (Austria/Italy/Switzerland/Germany) into the two- and three-thousanders (and the only 4ooo m peak) of the Eastern European Alps. in total more than 400 summits.
most peaks on the pic are austrian.

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691 megapixels! A very high resolution panorama photo of a German landscape; photograph created by Alfred Feil in Lake Niedersonthofen, Allgaeu, Bavaria, Germany

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Lake Niedersonthofen, Allgaeu, Bavaria, Germany

Every time I am happy when I see the small lake (Niedersonthofner Lake) and my home mountains on the way to work.

The view is most beautiful in spring, when the Allgaeu Alps are still white from winter and the meadows carry new greenery. The small popular lake quickly warms up and invites you to take a dip.

The hill on the left with the distinctive transmitting antenna is the local mountain of the region. It is only 1.5 hours to the summit and it is a popular starting point for paragliders.

The border to Austria runs over the peaks of the mountains in the background. The border here is so closely interlinked that some Austrian valleys such as the Kleinwalsertal (right edge of the picture) can only be reached from Germany. On many hikes you cross the border without realizing it.

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Every time I am happy when I see the small lake (Niedersonthofner Lake) and my home mountains on the way to work.

The view is most beautiful in spring, when the Allgaeu Alps are still white from winter and the meadows carry new greenery. The small popular lake quickly warms up and invites you to take a dip.

The hill on the left with the distinctive transmitting antenna is the local mountain of the region. It is only 1.5 hours to the summit and it is a popular starting point for paragliders.

The border to Austria runs over the peaks of the mountains in the background. The border here is so closely interlinked that some Austrian valleys such as the Kleinwalsertal (right edge of the picture) can only be reached from Germany. On many hikes you cross the border without realizing it.

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1,150 megapixels! A very high resolution landscape photo of the Blue Ridge Mountains; photograph created by John Freeman in Mile Post 450.2, Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina

Dawn on the Blue Ridge Parkway

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Mile Post 450.2, Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina

All along the Blue Ridge Parkway, overlooks provide stunning views of the Blue Ridge Mountain in Virginia and North Carolina. This view from the Yellow Face Overlook at Mile Post 450.2 provides a spectacular view on this October morning.

Heavy fog lays in the valleys with hues of pink from the rising sun. The rising sun sets the fall foliage ablaze in the warm early light.

The Blue Ridge Parkway is America's longest linear park, running for 469 miles (755 km) through 29 Virginia and North Carolina counties, linking the Shenandoah National Park to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It runs mostly along the spine of the Blue Ridge, a major mountain chain that is part of the Appalachian Mountains. Its southern terminus is at U.S. 441 on the boundary between Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Cherokee Indian Reservation in North Carolina. It travels north to Shenandoah National Park in Virginia and continues on as Skyline Drive, a similar scenic road, [Source: Wikipedia]

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All along the Blue Ridge Parkway, overlooks provide stunning views of the Blue Ridge Mountain in Virginia and North Carolina. This view from the Yellow Face Overlook at Mile Post 450.2 provides a spectacular view on this October morning.

Heavy fog lays in the valleys with hues of pink from the rising sun. The rising sun sets the fall foliage ablaze in the warm early light.

The Blue Ridge Parkway is America's longest linear park, running for 469 miles (755 km) through 29 Virginia and North Carolina counties, linking the Shenandoah National Park to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It runs mostly along the spine of the Blue Ridge, a major mountain chain that is part of the Appalachian Mountains. Its southern terminus is at U.S. 441 on the boundary between Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Cherokee Indian Reservation in North Carolina. It travels north to Shenandoah National Park in Virginia and continues on as Skyline Drive, a similar scenic road, [Source: Wikipedia]

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