Two Panoramas from Mountain Tops of the Western Uintas

View from the top of Mount Watson in the Western Uinta mountains.   This photo was made from many photos stitched together.
This photo is looking east in the center, but stretches about 180 degrees from north on the left, all the way arround to the south.
The long straight lake is Clyde Lake and is pointing to the Notch in Notch Mountain.   To the right of that is the cone shaped Ried's
Peak, with Bald Mountain to the right of that.   The darkish peak in the background is Hayden Peak.   This is in the Trial Lake area.

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This photo is looking west from the center, but stretches about 180 degrees from south on the left, all the way arround to the north.
This view is looking back the opposite way from Bald Mountain.   In the distance you can see Haystack Mountain on the left, The long
light colored one.   Mount Watson to the right, the light colored mound.   Right of that but closer is Notch Mountain, though you can't
see the notch from this angle.   And closer the cone shaped one is Read's Peak.   The many lakes seen here are in the Trial Lake area.

You can click on either picture here, to see more of that hike

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I used a program called Autostitch to blend the photos together. If you are interested
Click here for Autostitch Program Site

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