It’s not just a sunset that makes a fantastic panorama. Here’s a beautiful one taken during the day, with great clouds crossing the sky.
Made up with 8 x 14megapixel portrait shots stitched together using Hugin panorama software, giving an amazing circular effect in the sky.
Do take a close look at the photo to fully enjoy it’s beauty.
Taken in London, UK © dannyboybroderick
19 thoughts on “Daytime Panorama”
Reblogged this on "Dear Agony…" From trauma—to triumph. and commented:
Sometimes, you don’t need words to describe the beauty in the world around you. Often, a moment can capture more than our mouths can say.
Thanks for the reblog.
Very lovely photo!
Oh Phooey I meant Hi Mr. Charisma I have had the Rogers tech expert 3 days in a row getting my wires straight. I did see you visited Elephant land which was a nightmare as my other 3 sites are more manicured. I visited your site months ago and knew a genius was at work. My technical savvy fare is a bit bland but becoming increasingly garnished. When I saw you following me I thought in my most charismatic manner that perhaps I could persuade you to follow an older more established member of my blogging world. But you’ll notice Lucy has her own site and a mother must get out now and then. A friend who is attempting to help me mold my life from dust to diamonds and holds nothing back, has let me know with emphasis that I might be a talented artist but that won’t save me and he signed me up to be an email marketer. So for at least three months I have stayed home and listened to the ease with which Anil tells he has amassed millions per month, tells me about auto responders and how to pick a niche. Lucy the captive elephant, an old soul is the object of my aid for salvation, both hers and mine. Then I wrote an artist on Linkedin how he survived and he replied he was a prominent SEO. I read something, heard something else; however the junk market was stitched tight. So today after Clyde curried my machine I saw your exquisite invitation to attend or submit a curatorial essay for the training, which believe, me I require. I read the two goggle articles, admired your sunsets and was met with the dismal words that prohibited my acquisition of the goods. I plead in good taste that I am older, even more than you, survived two lung cancer surgeries and now I am still pursuing this heathen career to change the world, without a dime. I go to Brampton and in threat of amputation I do not touch a computer till 10:00 am Tuesday. However since one or both of us are are so charismatic, I hoped something could be explained. I still appreciate your perusal of my blog,: perhaps you could breeze through another , and know that I was a careless or ungrateful wrath, wraff or brain dead on a raft. So please in your next call include me. It hurts,pain 1552×2331 1552×2331.JPG A scrutinous fan Barbara Mann .
On Sat, Apr 26, 2014 at 3:13 PM, Don Charisma
This is quite some reply :). I did like the elephant drawings, so would be interested to see your other blogs – let me know what they are and I’ll take a look over the next few days?
Nice picture Don.
Thanks Leslie, actually it’s one of mine!
Oh Danny boy, the pipes the pipes are calling.
Love the photographs you post on here. My daughter is an excellent photographer on the sly and has a Nokia super-duper God knows what camera I keep saying I’ll suss out at some point and have a go at using. Excellent stuff 😉
Thanks hun, and yea, do it … it’s fun 🙂