In Alaska’s high Arctic in October, one can photograph all day under beautiful light. That is, if you get the light. The north coast is often cloudy, foggy, and under the immersion of seasonal change from autumn to winter. Clouds are the norm. However, we had some great splashes of light on a recent photo tour and this is one photo taken at 3:45 p.m. I took the picture from the window of a vehicle and used four images, stitched together to create this panorama. Making panoramas has become simple with today’s software. Years ago I used a special, expensive software to do this. But now, Lightroom is integrated with Photoshop and it is as easy as selecting the images and choosing “merge to panorama”, and bingo, it is done if a few minutes. A 50% overlap of images is helpful when taking the captures in the field.