[Editor's note: Two great maps from this month's edition of National Geographic Magazine by Martin Gamache.]
Republished from National Geographic.
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1. Fernando Baptista also worked on both maps to create the wonderful textures and achieve color perfection.
2. The original background for the Tea Horse Road map was painted by Mike Reagan. (http://mapsbymikereagan.com/)
3. Markie Hunsiker, Elbie Bentley and Sam Pepple also worked on the Tea Horse Road map.
4. The perspective and terrain for the Mt. St. Helens map would have been near impossible to render digitally without B. Jenny’s Terrain Bender software.(http://www.terraincartography.com/terrainbender/)
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