Panoramic Views in Eastern Sierra in Eastern
California
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Please scroll horizontally to enjoy the full panoramic view (i.e., click on the horizontal scrollbar near the bottom of your PC screen and drag the horizontal
scrollbar to move horizontally to the right or to the left).

Spectacular panoramic view of majestic mountains near Mt. Whitney in John Muir Wilderness Area in Eastern Sierra in Eastern California on the morning
of April 26, 2012.

I also used the movie mode of my camera to take a movie scan of the Eastern Sierra mountain range near Mt. Whitney as shown in the following
YouTube website:

http://
www.youtube.com/watch?v=OylAKtWA9N8
Panoramic view of Owens Valley.

I also used the movie mode of my camera to take a movie scan of the Owens Valley as shown in the following YouTube website:

http://
www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-T-oBja8YY&feature=youtu.be

It was very windy in that afternoon causing a lot of wind noise in this movie clip.
Panoramic view of Palisade Glacier which is the southernmost glacier in North America. For glacier views, take 11-mile Glacier Lodge Road, west of town of Big
Pine into Big Pine Canyon to reach the high mountains. You begin at about 4,000 feet in the valley floor of Owens Valley and climb to almost 8,000 feet at the
end of Glacier Lodge Road. The views are magnificent.
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