Full Panorama from the Perch (Almost)

They don't make a camera that can capture the panorama from the Perch in one photograph, but I can give you a closer approximation of the experience with a sequence of photos.

These fourteen photographs were taken from my front door this evening, and from top to bottom they connect as a series, providing a pan shot from left to right of my view of the Kenai Mountains and Kachemak Bay.

If you look closely, you will find that there is a slight overlap from one photograph to the next, and you can see how they should fit together to compose a single ultra-wide-angle shot.

I've titled this post "Full Panorama from the Perch (Almost)" because the view actually extends further in each direction. Grewingk Glacier and more of the Kenai Mountains are to the left (beginning the series), and the vista continues on to Seldovia, the termination of the range, and Cook Inlet to the right.

(click on photos to enlarge)