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Started: 2006-09-04 21:44:10

Submitted: 2006-09-04 21:49:14

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Yesterday I hiked up Mount Audubon, altitude 13,232. On the summit, I broke out my camera's manual to figure out how to adjust the auto-exposure in manual modes. (Auto-exposure was over-exposing the highlights, which meant clipping -- a bad idea.) I discovered that my camera was in fact calling out the highlights on the LCD on the back, which is pretty cool.

I shot a panaroma at the summit; here's my crude first stab, looking from roughly north-east at the right to west at the left.