Cascadia has always inspired the panorama photographer in me. With my first camera, I remember carefully lining up series of photographs to stitch together into a panorama. I was lucky to have spectacular Pacific Northwest landscapes to photograph, with majestically jutting mountains and unique cloud formations making it a little easier to slide a camera across a scene. I loved shooting photos that would later recreate what was wider than even the eyes could see. Back then, panorama stitching was done with tape. Now, I can capture the head turning beauty of my surroundings with a lot less tape and a lot more technology.
"This is a great opportunity to explore panorama stitching and create a wide sweeping landscape."