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    Mount Everest in high resolution

    I guess many of you have seen this already, but if not, I would like to share it. I could look at this for hours, If I had the time.
    http://www.glacierworks.org/the-glac...i-spring-2012/

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    I think I heard about this on the radio the other day. They photographed everything with a 300mm lens and then stitched it together IIR
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    I looked at this and thought, what are those orange peels laying on the ground. Then I zoomed in.
    This is a very cool image, and it is a view few of us well ever get to have first hand.

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    I guess that's what the call a camp. Sounds so small, but this one is a little town
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    That's cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Ruyle View Post
    That's cool!
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    Mount Everest in high resolution

    I read that they used the good old 5D mk II
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