Glycomis Falls Pano

Here is another perspective of the Glycomis Falls where I posted the rainbow shot previously.

Quite a pretty little spot really!

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22 Responses to Glycomis Falls Pano

  1. Ian Wiese says:

    Thats a great image Mark.

    I was getting worried – no posts for 4 days!

    Ian Wiese

  2. Thanks Ian…been a bit busy lately…will try to do better! 🙂

  3. This waterfall surprised me, it's so gorgeous and photogenic coming over that gorgeous wall and we had the great dark blue storm cloud behind it.

    This is a nice pano from the Stitchmaster, but I prefer the single shot I have and I think you also shot, the close up of the falls with the dark blue cloud just behind it.

    I am waiting for Dave to post his, a stunning wiiiiiiiiiide view of this waterfall. At least I think it's this waterfall as Dave's chosen viewpoint was roughly on the other side of the world 🙂

  4. I don't mind this perspective mate…it grows on you!

    And yes Dave's stitch was taken from South China…but it came up OK I reckon! 🙂

  5. dave bettini says:

    G'day fellas

    I haven't got to mine yet. Will see if I can stitch it together sometime this week.

    Nice pic Mark. Great brooding storm out the back.

    Cheers

    Dave

  6. Looking fwd to the version from the 'south China Sea Dave'! 🙂

  7. Spectacular scene there Mark – true Kimberley !

  8. Andrew Brown says:

    Awesome stuff Mark

  9. Jeromebphoto says:

    Amazing landscape mate ! That sky is perfect…

  10. Jeez mate. Could the light have been any harder to capture? Massive highlights, deep shadows, water movement, blue skies with a storm rolling in. I think the only way this shot could've been harder was if we had blindfolded you!

    Its technically and visually a great shot. Well done StitchMaster!

    Jamie

  11. Yes Jamie, you are quite right that it was indeed a challenge…but as you say…it came out OK…thanks for the positive feedback mate!

    Stitchmaster! 🙂

  12. I heard that just buying the tripod increases your stitching ability by 10x!

  13. Well…its a god start there son! 🙂

  14. Maybe you were right the first time?

  15. Tim Wootton says:

    Not a bad result from what looks like pretty difficult light! Where are these falls Mark?

  16. Not far from King George falls Tim.

  17. Brett Morgan says:

    Hi Mark,

    Awesome shot indeed love this one lots mate great technique you have with your stitch work eh 🙂