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This morning's pano

The Big Hoose from the bottom of their garden.

E-M5, 17mm mZuiko, 7 images in vertical aspect, stitched in Microsoft ICE.

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Re: This morning's pano

Lovely shot! Which country is this? Why is the sky blue?

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Lovely shot! Which country is this? Why is the sky blue?

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It took me some while to understand what it was, and why there was a hot yellow thing in the sky. An unknown concept to me for the last 8 years or so. At least I can stop buying Vit D tabs!
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Re: This morning's pano

Fantastic shot..love the composition with the foreground lake reflections
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Re: This morning's pano

Thanks Phil. You can get a decent enough shot just with a single photo, but I wanted to include the lane and the right-hand field as well.
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Re: This morning's pano

A very nice Pano indeed Stephen.
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Re: This morning's pano

Thanks Paul. I've had this in mind for a few weeks now, but this morning everything seemed to come together.
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Re: This morning's pano

Lovely shot and I can't see the stitches. If I'd have had that view (in my previous life), I may not have moved to Dorset. But there again....................!
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Re: This morning's pano

Lovely pano, perfect.

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Re: This morning's pano

Super shot Stephen, it's deceptively difficult to get these shots as right as this one is.
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There's an awful join which I can see!
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Lovely shot and I can't see the stitches. If I'd have had that view (in my previous life), I may not have moved to Dorset. But there again....................!
I love what little I've seen of Dorset, but you have to go where SWMBO's work is
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