This is a view with an extreme wide angle lens from beneath the Escalante Natural Bridge in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
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I scrambled up under the bridge for these images.
This view is possible only via panorama stitching or an extreme wide angle full-frame lens. The former is problematic with trees and wind and moving clouds. I used a higher ISO to stop movement in the leaves.
There are no restrictions and it is not a hard scramble. The lead image was towards the top. I was sliding and the footing was not at all stable. It was not dangerous per se but I was sliding, sitting down and not going fast until I found my footing.
Here is a second from the top. There is no danger of slipping once you get to the top.
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Mike “Mish” Shedlock