Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
This panorama was “stitched” together in Photoshop using five individual images. Software makes it especially easy these days to create panoramas, and it is downright magical that our smartphones can even create them on the fly. Be sure to click on the image to see it bigger!
I almost exclusively use a polarizer filter for mountain scenes to help tone down highlights, define mountain peaks, and enrich color saturation. But polarizers can't be used for a successful panorama, or else one can end up with a funky looking sky. So I did some extra steps in Photoshop and relied upon some plug-in filters to ensure that the foreground details were not dark and the distant mountains and clouds were not washed out.