Mount Utsayantha (High Resolution)

//Mount Utsayantha (High Resolution)

Mount Utsayantha (High Resolution)

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Mount Utsayantha

Mount Utsayantha

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http://gigapan.com/gigapans/133093

Above is a 370 megapixel panoramic image consisting of 40 images taken from the top of Mount Utsayantha. The images were taken on June 12, 2013 at around 2pm. Follow the above link to view the high resolution image with the ability to zoom in and out throughout the entire image. It is very detailed and one can see that the traffic light located at the intersection of Route 23 and Route 10 is red.

On the high resolution page be sure to click “Snapshots” located on the bottom left side of the viewable image. This will bring up a menu bar with zoomed in areas of the image that has further information. For example the former Delaware Motor Inn recently underwent a huge restoration project and currently has solar panels on its roof that can be seen.

As far as technical details of the image. It is 32,845 x 11,277 pixels and in megapixel terms it is 370 megapixels. The photos were taken with a Nikon camera with a telephoto lens set to 200m. The Nikon camera has a APS-C sized sensor and is 16 megapixels. The software to stitch all the images together was PT GUI.

The Google Map below shows the approximate location to within a few feet of where the image was taken.

Mount Utsayantha has been a favorite location of mine to photograph over the last several years. Below are some other photographs I have taken from Mount Utsayantha that I recommend viewing.

The Photo Gallery are full crops from the above image. The size of the below crops/ cuts are all 600 pixels by 900 pixels.

Update- The image includes the historic Rexmere Hotel that burned down in March 2014

By | 2017-08-08T19:35:33+00:00 June 12th, 2013|Categories: Gallery|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

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Charles is the creator of CatskillSearch.com and this website details his Catskill Region photography. CatskillSearch contains photos, helpful web links, and news pertaining specifically to the Catskill Region of New York State.

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