A driftwood stump on Second Beach on the Olympic Peninsula. This is a part of Olympic National Park that runs along the coast near Forks.

This is an HDR pano totalling 372 megapixels made from 96 exposures (4x8x3). It took a little bit of playing to find a workflow that would work. Once file sizes get above 2GB a lot of tools stop working. I created individual HDR files for each camera position in photomatix and then merged those in Autopano Pro. The big stretches of featureless blue sky were tricky. I then stitched the photo and tonemapped in photomatix. I finally did a little bit of touching up and sharpening in Photoshop.