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Tidal Basin Pano on Washington Post.

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Kind of nice when I go to one of my favorite sites and see a photo i took. Washington Post’s weather page has used a lot of my photo work over the years, hurricanes, thunderstorms, snow, floods, change of seasons, winter solstice, etc. Today a panorama of the tidal basin i took early one morning this spring appeared.. If you live in DC and like paying attention to the weather, from basic planning to the nerdery of discussing forecasting models – Jason, Ian, Wes & Co. are a top notch resource. Check ’em out.

here’s a small version of the pic which is a 10-12 shot photo-stitch, that when displayed full sized would use about 24 1920×1080 monitors.
Tidal Basin Pano
pic appears on main right now, but is in this post on their site.

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Fort Valley, Virginia

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Fort Valley, VA.

From Wiki: Fort Valley is a mountain valley in Shenandoah County, Virginia. The so-called “valley within a valley” lies between the two arms of the northern Massanutten Mountain range in the Shenandoah Valley. The valley is closed at both ends (except for a very narrow gap at the northern end through which Passage Creek flows and a single road, S.R. 678, runs) but opens out as one moves toward the center, becoming about three miles wide at its widest. In all, Fort Valley is 23 miles long.

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