Panoramas

Sometimes our landscape has to be viewed as a full panorama to be fully appreciated, almost as if you were stood there.  I often don't like to cut off some of the scene that might add some amazing detail, so a panorama is the perfect way to see it all!

 

These pictures are produced by taking several pictures of the whole scene, then joining them together.  As such, they can be produced as very large images and still maintain their amazing high resolution.

Beach Huts with Baggy Point - Pano
Beach Huts with Baggy Point - Pano
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Bull Point Lighthouse in Evening Light - Pano
Bull Point Lighthouse in Evening Light - Pano
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Winter Holdstone from Great Hangman - Pa
Winter Holdstone from Great Hangman - Pa
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Putsborough and Baggy Point - Panodng
Putsborough and Baggy Point - Panodng
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Woolacombe Bay from Baggy Point - Pano
Woolacombe Bay from Baggy Point - Pano
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Mirror Beach - Woolacombe - Pano
Mirror Beach - Woolacombe - Pano
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Sunset Over Valley of the Rocks with Ben
Sunset Over Valley of the Rocks with Ben
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Mortehoe and Woolacombe from Morte Point
Mortehoe and Woolacombe from Morte Point
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