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Views From Mount Luxmore & the Kepler Track - 1/9

Posted by
Jules (Drayton, United Kingdom) on 17 November 2011 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Linking my earlier posts on Lake Manapouri & Te Anau is Mount Luxmore & the Kepler Track.
The Kepler Track is a 60 km (37ml) circular tramping track that passes through many landscapes of the Fiordland National Park ranging from rocky mountain ridges to tall mossy forests, from lake shores to deep gorges. Like the mountains it traverses, the track is named after Johannes Kepler. The track is administered by New Zealand Department of Conservation (DOC). Compared with other tracks in New Zealand, this walking track is constructed to a very high standard. Most streams are bridged, boardwalks cover boggy areas and the very steep sections have steps. It is a moderate walking track that takes three to four days to complete.
This multi-shot panaramic view was stitched together using "Hugin" and I can recommend this free software for merging your panaramic shots.
Exif data is lost using Hugin so for interest:-
1/400 second
f7.1 to f8
iso 100
39 to 42mm (35mm equiv)