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Hugin (thought) is one of Odin's two ravens. At day he flies over Åsgard and Midgard. At night he sits on Odin's shoulder and whispers in his ear what he has seen.
On display at Pegwell Bay is this replica of a Viking longship 'Hugin' which sailed from Denmark to Thanet in 1949, a gift from the Danish government to commemorate the 1500th anniversary of the Anglo-Saxon invasion of Britain in nearby Ebbsfleet.
Panorama of the Shasta Valley.
3 photos stitched with Hugin. Taken at Interstate 5 Vista Point just north of Yreka, California
Mt. Shasta elevation is 14,179 feet (4321.8 meters)
In Norse mythology Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) are Odin's two ravens. At day they fly over Åsgard and Midgard. At night they sit on Odin's shoulder and whisper in his ear what they have seen.
Low lying cloud covers the top of the cliffs overlooking the Geiranger Fjord.
Stitched from 8 pictures taken with a Nikkor 50mm. The original has a size of ca. 57MP. I am thinking about printing it 240x60, but I will need to move into a bigger flat first ... ;)
Coombe Pool Coventry.
A swan was on its nest, a woodpecker resonated, reed birds flitted, an alarmed pheasant strode away and ducks sailed off for breakfast.
Panoramique réalisé sous Hugin à partir de 3 photos argentiques scannées.
Nikon FE, Nikkor ai 85mm F2.0
Film Kodak Ultramax 400,
Développement en kit Tetenal C41
Reflecta RPS 7200 Film scanner
First time back in Hong Kong after some 20 years. I had never checked out the skyline until now. What a beautiful night it was. This one is a huge 6 piece stitched panorama. Enjoy.
Also check out the lights when it got a little darker here www.flickr.com/photos/norsez/14034912695/in/photostream/
Voigtlander 40mm f/1.4
VSCO film grain
You can see shadows of people on the left. Just so many people up on the scenic point. I was here some 20 years ago, hardly anyone was here.
This raven was sitting on our boathouse.
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Lawrence d’Arabie séjourna dans ce château situé non loin de la frontière Syrienne.
We were fortunate enough to be able to visit Barrenjoey Lighthouse this weekend just gone and I just couldn't resist the opportunity to make a 360 degree panorama.
This was made up from 19 photos shot in portrait handheld while walking around the outside of the lighthouse.
Stitching was a nightmare as my first attempt had some big misalignments... and each mistake takes another couple of hours to stitch and blend, fortunately I managed to get it all working reasonably well on my second go, only one minor misalignment (I'm not including the waves) that shouldn't be visible at this lower resolution.
Full sized image is 17514 pixels wide.
Expect to see some more photos from this weekend in the days to come when I get around to sorting through them all.
Night. Freezing cold winter. Made several mistakes. Forgot my release cable and forgot to set the aperture. Tilting photo. Aahg have to get out more and not be lazy.
Sony A7 Nikkor 135mm 1:28
just an experiment to check if i really found the nodal-point (..and no, i didn't how you can see ) :)
i hope you enjoy it anyway.
Software: Hugin - ShowFoto.
Camera_ Panasonic FP1 Small Sensor camera 1/2.3"
On constate des défauts sur le gravier et les fenêtres de gauche, il faut que j'améliore le traitement avec Hugin. Si vous avez une idée je suis preneur...