Another picture perfect day at low tide in Manomet.
The bumpy horizon line at left is a function of my uneven panning motion to make this panorama. The land mass is Cape Cod and it isn't bumpy/mountainous like it appears.
The foliage and growth on the bluff helps slow erosion to prevent storms, tides, and underground water saturation from causing landslides.
This panorama demonstrates the way the camera stitches together many vertical slices to create the image. Look at the cloud in the upper left corner and you can see each small vertical band well-defined. In other areas of the image, the software blends the differences and smooths out the image seamlessly.
A last gasp of blooming rhododendron. Another spring season approaches the end in Manomet, a jewel of Massachusetts's south shore.