This is one of the rare occasions where I can provide an image, which documents the making of the panorama.
I took six images with a fisheye lens. After taking an image the pole was rotated about 60° before I took the next image. As the images were taken with a fisheye lens we were visible in the “nadir” of the final panorama. I retouched “nadir” and “zenith” manually in Photoshop. The real nadir and zenith were left unt(re-)touched as one shot was facing up and one was facing down.
Camera Maker: SONY Camera Model: NEX-7 Exposure Time (sec): 1/640 F-Number: 8 Focal Length (mm): 8 Lens: Sigma 8mm/F4 ISO: 100
From the 85m high tower of Munich's town hall you have a great view over the city centre. When you're lucky you can even see the Bavarian alps in the distance. The tower can easily be ascend via elevator.
This turf church is one of only six icelandic turf churches still standing. They are preserved as historical monuments. This church was built 1834 and has turf walls, but timber gables both back and front.