I considered titling this, "A Granite Fixation," as I've uploaded three images of roughly the same place. . . in a row. Naturally, taken in Yosemite National Park. While I did venture into the water (for a long enough period that my feet were entirely numb. . . the water is incredibly cold), the composition actually felt better here. This is actually a four-image composite, resulting in roughly 110Mp. The effective focal length of a 24mm lens on a 645 is roughly 13.8 degrees; this is four, stitched. . . resulting in a parallax-free, sub-10mm image in 35mm terms.
Uploaded is a 1920px version of the image. If you like it, feel free to use it as a desktop wallpaper.
Leaf Aptus-II 12
Canon 24mm TSE II; 2 degrees tilt, -12 to 12 horizontal shift
Hartblei H-Cam B1
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