The tower is a 43-metre high construction which was built entirely out of wood. It was renovated from 2010 – 2014 and was reopened April 11, 2014 for the public.
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Camera Maker: SONY
Camera Model: ILCE-7
Exposure Time (sec): 1/1250
Focal Length (mm): 8
Lens: Walimex 8mm/2.8
Stitched from eight images taken with a Walimex (Samyang) 8mm fish eye lens on a Sony A7. Handheld from the viewing plattform of the tower. I took an image approx. every 45°. I had to do some serious retouching in the sky and I had to create the roof of the tower as I was standing underneath and not above…
Standing on Mount John offers a mgnificent view from Lake Tekapo in the east to the Southern Alps in the very west.
I took this panorama with a new double monopod construction.
This image was taken at the Tauranga Bridge. It's listed as a class 1 heritage building ...
The WWP (World Wide Panorama) event 614 has the theme ‘Work’ and I participated. These stereographic reprojections were derived from my submission.
The Shrine of Remembrance is a memorial for all Australians who have served in war. This panorama shows the entrance area of the visitor center.
Poeple are watching the game URU vs. GHA at the soccer world cup quarter finals in Southafrica.
This panorama shows a building in Wolfratshausen's cemetery where urns are buried. It is more like a small room with urns on the walls.
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".
Originally this panorama was my submission to the World Wide Panaorama event 'Decade'. I took it with a monopod mounted on a tripod and took four images with the Walimex 8mm fishe exe lens mounted on the Sony ILCE-7.
View from Mount John over Lake Tekapo.
Christmas Market at Munich’s Marienplatz
Bürgersaalkirche – Reprojections
Entrance to visitor center of the Shrine of
URU vs. GHA Soccer World Cup 2010 (blue
Urns at Wolfratshausen’s cemetery
Standing on the Gibson Steps
Sculpture Umschreibung – Inside