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Sleeping Ute Mountain by Ahna Hazlewood

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Ahna Hazlewood Ahna Hazlewood
Explore score
61
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0.41 Gigapixels
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8726
Date added
May 31, 2009
Date taken
May 31, 2009
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In the very old days,The Sleeping Ute Mountain was a Great Warrior God. He came to help fight against the Evil Ones who were causing much trouble.
A tremendous battle between the Great Warrior God and the Evil One followed. As they stepped hard on the earth and braced themselves to fight, their feet pushed the land into mountains and valleys. This is how the country of this region came to be as it is today.
The Great Warrior God was hurt, so he lay down to rest and fell into a deep sleep. The blood from his wound turned into living water for all creatures to drink.
When the fog or clouds settle over The Sleeping Warrior God, it is a sign that he is changing his blankets for the four seasons. When the Indians see light green blanket they know it is spring. The dark green blanket is summer, the yellow and red one is fall and the white one is winter.
The Indians believe that when the clouds gather on the highest peak, the Warrior god is pleased with his people and is letting rain clouds slip from his pockets. They also believe that the Great Warrior God will rise again to help them in the fight against their enemies.
From Legends and Children's Stories of the Ute Tribe.


Gigapan Comments (5)

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  1. Bill Alberts

    Bill Alberts (June 09, 2009, 12:01AM )

    Here is another view with more cows. www.gigapan.org/viewGigapan.php?id= 24687

  2. gigapanjan

    gigapanjan (June 06, 2009, 02:08PM )

    Bovine Whisperer, What is the name of that cow and does she have an agent yet ?

  3. Ahna Hazlewood

    Ahna Hazlewood (June 06, 2009, 11:45AM )

    Just call me the "Bovine Whisperer".

  4. gigapanjan

    gigapanjan (June 06, 2009, 11:00AM )

    How did you train that cow to be in the picture four times?

  5. Bill Alberts

    Bill Alberts (June 03, 2009, 10:14PM )

    Congrats Ahna , you made JBakers curated set on your first gigapan.I guess it helps to have your backyard mowed before you shoot the gig.

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GigaPan Stitcher version 0.4.3864 (Windows)
Panorama size: 405 megapixels (42158 x 9613 pixels)
Input images: 80 (16 columns by 5 rows)
Field of view: 126.5 degrees wide by 28.8 degrees high (top=16.0, bottom=-12.9)
Settings:
All default settings
Original image properties:
Camera make: Canon
Camera model: Canon PowerShot SX10 IS
Image size: 3648x2736 (10.0 megapixels)
Capture time: 2009-05-31 04:37:21 - 2009-05-31 04:44:01
Aperture: f/5
Exposure time: 0.003125 - 0.004
ISO: 80
Focal length (35mm equiv.): 190.4 mm
Digital zoom: off
White balance: Fixed
Exposure mode: Manual
Horizontal overlap: 27.1 to 33.9 percent
Vertical overlap: 36.4 to 37.5 percent
Computer stats: 3574.98 MB RAM, 2 CPUs
Total time 1:21:53 (1:01 per picture)
Alignment: 10:30, Projection: 9:01, Blending: 1:02:21

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