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Late afternoon after a big rain storm was departing, taken almost 24 hours after the last upload, I escaped the storm by flying to the mainland and driving 3 hours west of Athens. The architecture in Nafpaktos (Lepanto in Venetian, Inebahti in Turkish) is very different from the Cyclades islands, more Balkan in atmosphere, with red tile roofs, the Rio-Antirio bridge is visible in the very right side of the panorama, as well as fresh spring snow on the high peaks of the Pelopponnese peninsula. The weather was also remarkably colder in these parts, but with none of the vicious winds of the Aegean islands.

Der Kapellplatz ist der städtebauliche und geistliche Mittelpunkt der oberbayerischen Kreisstadt Altötting.

 

Im Zentrum des polygonalen Platzes befindet sich die namengebende Gnadenkapelle mit der Schwarzen Madonna. Südseitig befindet sich die Stiftspfarrkirche mit anhängenden Kapellen. Die östliche Platzseite wird von der Jesuitenkirche und dem Kloster St. Magdalena mit dem Kongregationssaal bestimmt. Die nördliche Platzseite prägen das Rathaus, das Hotel zur Post und die Dekanei. An der Westseite befinden sich ehemalige Kanonikerhäuser.

 

Zusammen mit den Wallfahrtsläden und zwei freistehenden Brunnen steht der Kapellplatz als Ensemble unter Denkmalschutz.

 

Er ist seit dem Mittelalter Ziel der römisch-katholischen Wallfahrt. Am 19. November 1980 feierte Papst Johannes Paul II. auf dem Platz vor 60.000 Gläubigen einen Gottesdienst.

 

(c) de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kapellplatz_%28Alt%C3%B6tting%29

Panorama built from 5 shots at ISO100, Texp=1/60s, F/5, 18mm

Panorama der Rheinkirmes in Düsseldorf 2014, mit der Skyline von Düsseldorf im Hintergrund.

An evening at the Delicate Arch.

 

Love of photography does a lot of crazy but wonderful things to your lifestyle. I can say I would have never even thought of going for this if not for capturing this monument in my camera. It was one tough hike! More like a climb!

 

But once I was on the top I loved every moment ogling at this wonderful Arch and all the Delicateness associated. It was majestic and appears to be built by aliens!

 

I took a spot after walking carefully on the slanting edges and waited out for the sunset. Eventually, I had almost a dozen photographs next to me (I choose a good spot!).

 

I took a series of shots in portrait orientation to cover as much ground as I can. This is a stitched panorama of 28 images done in photoshop. I blended the exposures in the stitched photographs and corrected for perspective and geometry. The elevation seen on the right side is for real and is dangerously steep to walk on!

 

In retrospect I think photography is the best thing that has happened to me, won't regret any moment spent behind the camera!

 

Gear: Nikon D810, Nikkor 16-35mm f4, f5.6, ISO 200, 1/500.

Panorama made by CS5, just to give you an impression.

La Original la he ampliado a 2,5 metros por 80cm de alto.

 

Está hecha con tres fotos y unida con Photomerge en Photoshop, con la opción esférica.

 

No tiene procesado posterior a los archivos salidos de la cámara

  

Up to now I have only posted one shot from a 2 day trip that my son and I made to the North-West Lake District last October. Our first day was largely spent in mist and rain, but the second was bright and cold, although pretty windy.

 

This is a retrospective view (looking west/north-west) from a small peak called Whin Ben en route to Whiteside and then Hopegill Head.

 

Crummack Water is the lake to the left with Mellbreak beyond. You can just glimpse Loweswater below the dip in the peaks which form the skyline to the right of the shot.

 

A 4 shot panorama (taken in portrait format). Best viewed large!

Assemblage de quatre photos

Panorama built from 4 shots at ISO100, Texp=1/80s, F/5.6, 18mm

Recently voted as the "Most beautiful village in Norway"... Reine (located on the island of Moskenesøya in the Lofoten archipelago) has photo-opportunities galore.

 

This view of the red huts/rorbuer in front of the majestic Lilandstinden mountain peak... can be seen from the Hamnoy bridge... where the E10 road enters the village. It is probably one of the most photographed views on Lofoten.

 

And this is my interpretation of that view... a four-image panorama (2 rows of 2 photos)... captured at dusk... minutes before it started snowing!

 

Nikon D800, Nikon 24 - 70 mm at 32 mm, ISO of 6400, aperture of f/10 with a 1/8th second exposure.

 

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Beide Panoramen mit dem iPhone 4S gemacht und am Mac mit snapseed noch ein wenig aufgehübscht. Ich hoffe es gefällt Euch.

Das Murnauer Moos liegt im Landkreis Garmisch-Partenkirchen am Nordrand der bayerischen Alpen und südlich von Murnau und Staffelsee. Es stellt mit 32 km² das größte zusammenhängende naturnah erhaltene Moorgebiet Mitteleuropas dar.

 

(c) de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murnauer_Moos

Panorama Alsadr

 

سد الصدر - الباحه

 

تاريـخ التـنفـيـذ: 1402هـ

 

نــوع الـســد: خرساني

 

سـعــة الـتخــزيـن: 500.000 م

I stitched three shots together to get this wide panorama of the Panamanian countryside. This is taken in the Gualaca district, in the foothills that lead up to the mountians in the Fortuna Forest Reserve (Reserva Forestal Fortuna).

 

:copyright: 2015 Brian Xavier

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Yep… you guessed it… another image from my recent trip to the Banff National Park… this one is a six-image panorama… captured at Lake Louise.

 

Nikon D300, Sigma 10-20mm at 14mm, aperture of f16, with a 1/100th second exposure.

 

A panorama of the east side of the round Ludwigskirche in Darmstadt, Germany (south is right, north is left). This shows the sculptures 8 to 14 of the magnificent Stations of the Cross series. Please view the full size for the best effect.

 

A composite of 9 images. Please give me any suggestions on how to improve taking and processing such photos. I really want to do a good 360 degree shot of the interior of this church.

Panorama (yes, shot at freehand:)) of sunset at the right with rainshowers on the left, and some mist in the middle. Stitched together from seven images.

Die Luftseilbahn fährt Sie von Wasserauen in eines der schönsten Gebiete im Alpstein. Auf dem ausgedehnten Hochplateau mit der reichen Alpenflora bietet sich Ihnen eine wunderschöne Rundsicht über das appenzellische, sanktgallische und thurgauische Hügelland, die weite Bodenseegegend sowie west- und südwärts auf das malerische Panorama der Alpsteinkette.

 

The aerial cableway takes you from Wasserauen into one of the most beautiful areas in Alpstein. From the extensive high plateau with rich alpine flora you get a magnificent round view over the Appenzell, Sankt Gall and Thurgau hill-landscape, the wide area of Lake Constance, as well as to the west and south the picturesque panorama of the Alpstein mountain chain is opened up before you.

 

Quelle: www.aescher-ai.ch/

View of the lake Eibsee against the Zugspitze - Rock massiv

A panorama from Moonstone Beach looking north to Trinidad, California.

Scenic view from the top of Germany (mount Zugspitze 2962m).

Panorama from Bella-Lui (Crans-Montana)

Bandung city is also being known as Parahiyangan land which are surrounded by mountains. Close by we'll see Ciwidey suburb and further down is Bandung city.

 

Taken at Patuha mountain while driving to White Crater.

Autumnal panorama

 

BETTER IN ORIGINAL

The west coast of the Isle of Lewis near Gearrannan blackhouse village, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

 

5 shots in portrait format merged to panorama in Photoshop, then given some HDR toning. Additional processing in Lightroom.

 

Thanks for more than 5000 views on this unexplored shot !

Here's the 8-image panorama that I captured at Michael Ash's Greyton farm called Clapperlark on Saturday morning... about 30 minutes before sunrise.

 

A word of warning... we only have 7 out of 12 spots left for CapturEarth's "Greyton - Jewel of the Overberg" photographic workshop from the 17-19th October... so if you're thinking of joining us here... please don't take too long to decide. Click here for all the workshop details... www.capturearth.com/expeditions/view/greyton-jewel-of-the...

 

Nikon D800, Nikkor 70-200 at 116mm, ISO 100, aperture of f/10, and a 1/3rd second exposure.

 

This image is the intellectual property of Paul Bruins. It may not be used in any way without my written consent.

 

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