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Springtime popping in the hills above Wenatchee

By on March 28, 2017 in Articles with 0 Comments

Robert DeTorres photo at the overlook viewpoint at Horse Lake Reserve Trail looking towards the Wenatchee Valley.

By Robert DeTorres

This photo was taken in April of 2015 at the overlook viewpoint at Horse Lake Reserve Trail looking towards the Wenatchee Valley.

It is a panorama made from three vertical photos which I stitched together in Lightroom.

I had been up here several times during the past few weeks attempting to get some photos of the homestead and thought this would be a good day due to the cloud cover.

On the drive up, I noticed that many of the arrowleaf balsamroot plants were in bloom. Arriving at the parking area, I decided to go up to the viewpoint first and then to the homestead.

I started by using a wide angle lens but then realized that the valley appeared too far away so I changed to a short telephoto and took several vertical photos that I knew I would stitch together later.

More of Robert’s photos are available on Flickr at https://www.flickr.com/photos/40213798@N03/.

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