This is Mount Timpanogos.
Part of the Wasatch Mountain Range in Northern Utah, Mount Timpanogos is among the most recognizable mountains in the range. It overlooks Provo, Utah, its surrounding areas, as well as many of the ski resorts in the area.
I owe big thanks to Barry of Pilot Makers in Heber City ( http://www.pilotmakers.com ) for letting me strap all sorts of cameras to his aircraft and for circling the mountain for me.
It should be noted that this can’t really be described as ‘big,’ it’s much more than that. The altitude we were flying at is higher than what most helicopters can come close to.
Because this was a single-pass around what’s best described as the ‘midsection’ of the mountain, you’ll see strange polys at the very top. To eliminate those would mean a flight higher than the mountain itself, which we didn’t do, or I can cheat and smooth them out in another program.
I seriously don’t feel like cheating right now. I feel like taking a nap :) This is done with 323 photos.