Friday, 17 September 2010

Sky Watch Friday

Mundi Mundi Plains
Of the three panoramas I took on this trip, this is the only one that came remotely close to working. I'm still learning how to take a panorama properly but I definitely learnt how not to do it.
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15 comments:

Julie said...

I tried one on the Argyle Dam in the Ord, but did not even bother to stitch it together. Got myself a couple of polarising filters yesterday. Not that I will need them for the light in France, but ... .

Bill said...

This worked, Ann. It is a fabulous shot. Well done!

ρομπερτ said...

Thank you for this wonderful escape into the wide. Please have a good Friday.

daily athens

Sharon said...

Wow, this is a great one! That wonderful sky over that sweep of land is just perfect. It looks great.

Rob G said...

Yep, that works. Great shot of that very hot sunny spot under fab clouds. Well done.

Bruce Caspersonn said...

One out of three ain't bad!

J Bar said...

Awesome.

Kay L. Davies said...

One out of three is great odds.
Beautiful panorama and beautiful sky.

Kay,
Alberta, Canada

Pat said...

Gorgeous panoramic view! I'm glad you kept trying till you got it. Have a wonderful weekend.

Elaine coolowl said...

Hi Ann ... did you stitch it together yourself or use Auto Pano? The latter works a treat once you have the right pix first. Big Sky country wherever Mundi Mundi is :-)

paul said...

An exquisite panorama, bringing together different parts of the sky - gorgeous.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Well done. I've never managed a panorama. I just love that country ... am missing it.

diane said...

A great panorama however you did it. Bill said you wanted more pictures of our Canadian trip, well they are on my blog now. Hope you visit.

sonia a. mascaro said...

Just beautiful!

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Well Done, great shot.