This panorama shows an old and rusty machine. In better times it surely was a trusty machine but now it’s only rusty…
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I also used this panorama for the WWP event ‘machines’. You can find my original publication here.
Camera Maker: SONY Camera Model: NEX-6 Exposure Time (sec): 1/100 F-Number: 7.1 Focal Length (mm): 7.5 Lens: Walimex 7.5mm/F3.5 ISO: 100
Skógafoss is a waterfall in the south of Iceland. With a width of 25 meters (approx. 82 feet) it drops 60 meters (approx. 200 feet) over the former coastline.
...As I followed the trail I did several sphericals. The one I finally chose for the event shows a lovely spot near the old village center of Niederursel
a district of Frankfurt/M.
Reprojection of a German telephone booth.
The Gibson Steps are leading down to Gibson Beach. When your driving on the Great Ocean Road from east to west, then this is the first location, where you can see one of the "Twelve Apostles".
This turf farm consists of 14 clustered houses. The site has been inhabited for centuries, and the farm is mentioned several times in the medieval Saga literature. Today it is a museum.
This image shows a Droste type reprojection of the summit of the Imberger Horn.
This panorama was stitched from five shots with the Sigma 8mm fish eye lens mounted on the Sony A700 on a double monopod construction.
This is from my 2018 calender either the January or the July page.
Standing on Mount John offers a mgnificent view from Lake Tekapo in the east to the Southern Alps in the very west.
Panographers making panoramas on Haytor.
Rainbow at Skógafoss in Iceland
Following the Educational Trail
Reprojected German telephone booth
Standing on the Gibson Steps
Turf farm Glaumbær (Iceland)
Reprojected Imberger Horn Summit View (Christmas Tree)
Wendelstein View Point Gacher Blick
Haagse Passage – Transverse Mercator Middle
View from Mount John over Lake Tekapo.