The sweeping vistas of the Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge are a great subject for panoramas. Here are a few of mine.
This photograph of the St. Marks salt marsh was taken on a summer day with beautiful blue skies and convective clouds forming in the distance.
Days like this are common at Saint Marks and this particular image is one of my favorites.
The panorama was made from from 3 bracketed exposure stacks each consisting of 3 images (9 total images) on August 8th 2013 at the St. Marks NWR.
The late afternoon sun illuminates the Headquarters Pond in this panorama taken at the St. Marks NWR.
Cedar Point Trail
This panorama taken on the Cedar Point Trail at St. Marks NWR was made from 3 bracketed exposure stacks each consisting of 3 images (9 total images).
Mounds Pool 1
Panorama of Mounds Pool 1 taken from Lighthouse road at the St. Marks NWR in Florida.
Culver “Red” Gidden monument and bench
This is one of my favorite places at St. Marks NWR in Florida.
Lots of birds, gators, and scenic views.
This panorama was made from 4 images.
The photo blind overlooks the tower pond at the St. Marks NWR and is an excellent location to photograph birds during migrations.
This panorama was made from 4 photographs taken in May, 2013 with a hand held Canon XSi on a cloudy day.
If you wish to learn more about photography and live in St. Marks area consider joining the Saint Marks Refuge Photo Club.
The water levels of Tower Pond are raised and lowered as needed for migrating birds.
At the time this panorama was taken the water was at a low level.
5 bracketed exposure stacks, each consisting of 3 vertically composed images (15 total images) were combined to make this panorama.
Tower Pond Interpretive Trail
This panorama shows the Southeast view from the Tower Pond Interpretive Trail at St. Marks NWR Florida.
This section of trail is visible from the photo blind on the other side of the tower pond.
Four images were combined to make this panorama.
St Marks NWR Lighthouse
St. Marks Lighthouse. My very first panorama constructed from two images taken Dec. 2, 2004 at the St. Marks NWR.