Climbing Mt Dana without a tripod, I tried some handheld panoramas, stitched together later in Photoshop. It’s darn hard to keep a level horizon. Still, this image isn’t half bad considering the challenges. After cropping off portions of sky and foreground (due to uneven leveling of the camera), I was left with a decent 35 megapixel image from my 10.1-megapixel Canon EOS 1D Mark III. Mt Conness (12,549') is visible at upper left, Saddlebag lake at middle right and Tioga Lake at lower center.
Looking North/Northwest from Mt Dana