A few weeks ago, we took a day trip down to the Mt. Rainier National Park.  We took tons of pictures and some of the views were absolutely spectacular.  At one point, we walked down a trail onto the river bed of the White River, and there was a log bridge going over the river.  The scene was just breathtaking.  I hadn't ever used the Stitch Assist feature on our Canon PowerShot S3 IS, and I decided that was the time to try it out.

I took 3 pictures, using the highest resolution in the "Landscape" mode.  The other night, I finally got around to trying to stitch them together.  I went and grabbed Windows Live Photo Gallery for the task, and it did a great job for me.  Here's the result.  This is now the desktop background on my machine at home and at work.  At work, I have resized and rescaled the picture to fit my 3360x1050 needs.

White River Mt. Rainier National Park