In 2004 we visited Meteor Crater in northern Arizona. It had been on my bucket list since I was a child and it did not disappoint. As we were leaving I stood on the edge of the crater and quickly shot a series of slides with the intention of later building a panorama. My early attempts to convert my slide scans to a panorama did not work. The frames were not aligned and the exposures were marginal. Well, as I have noted before, panorama software is steadily improving. I dropped the frames into Affinity Photo today and it glued them together about as well as you could expect. The frames are still poorly aligned so I decided to go with a nonrectangular border. Also, the exposures were still marginal. Especially the leftmost frame that was overexposed in the sky and underexposed in the crater. My previous attempts to adjust the tones were unsatisfactory but applying HDR tone mapping did the trick.