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Other Panoramas- Lets see what you've all got :)

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Here's a few from various places over the last month or two...

Denbigh

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Gwrych Castle..

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Talgarth...

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Two 3 shot vertoramas and about 2 hours each trying to straighten everything up! Seems to have turned out well though!

Town Hall / Crown Court:

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Skurch:

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Love that bottom pic mate, i have nearly the exact shot of the first one.

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Love that bottom pic mate, i have nearly the exact shot of the first one.

Thanks mate, yes the first one isn't particularly original but being able to see the judge's eye view of a court room is quite cool.

The second one is on a massively precarious walk way up to the clock tower. Not one for the feint-hearted.

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Two 3 shot vertoramas and about 2 hours each trying to straighten everything up! Seems to have turned out well though!

Town Hall / Crown Court:

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Skurch:

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that second shot is cracking mate love it

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Thanks, kept me entertained while waiting for you guys :D

123 photos, 41 sets of bracketed shots HDRd properly, & the resulting photos stitched.

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