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I did. This was 6 photos stitched together with about 60% overlap on each. (24mm equivalent).

Thank you Art. The 4:30 am wake-up call wasn't the most pleasant thing on a Saturday, but worth it every once in a while.

Thanks! Well worth the punishing climb to get there, even though I missed the sunrise.

Thanks a lot Art! The multitude of Saguaro's is definitely one of those 'good problems' to have isn't it? I apologize as I've never reached out, but I've come across MANY of your photos over the last couple of years on Google Earth, and seeing where you've been has been an inspiration and a drive behind more than one of my trips into the desert. If you ever need someone to tag along on one of your outings, I'd be happy, and honored, to join you!

here is my email tbaldy@aol.com
Using Google Earth I think I have an idea of the route, but your advice and info would be helpful thanks

Thank you, Bernard. All the horses I see out there look healthy. If they aren't, they don't last long.

Thank you, Bokalaci, and thanks for visiting. Greetings from Arizona.

Hi, Art! nice landscape, L, greetings from Hungary, Laci

Hallo Jack straatjes die steil omhoog of naar beneden gaan zijn doorgaans niet zo makkelijk vast te leggen. Het hoogteverschil is meestal niet zo duidelijk terug te vinden. Hier lukte het aardig door de veelheid aan uithangborden, die op zich voor een aardig perspectief zorgden.
Groet, Bernard

Amazing. Thanks for the information

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