I have a little more free time with Mr. Z in Kindergarten this year, so I decided to play a little bit in Photoshop. I like to learn new things, but it feels fairly overwhelming unless there's no pressure and it's just for "play."
I haven't edited many photos lately, so I began with some summer photos taken on top of Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park. It was the end of June and the wildflowers were at their peak. I had some nice shots (first two below), but as I looked at them I wondered if I could combine them.
I'd heard about "stitching" photos together in Photoshop, so I googled it and found a quick 5 minute tutorial. Turns out it's super easy. Here's the result below. I like it, and will definitely have to try this again! This is three photos stitched together. Next time, I'll have to remember to take a few more photos for a nice wide panorama.