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The Azores – panoramic photos

September 11, 2015

I don’t ever really think about taking panoramic photos, but while we were at the Azores I couldn’t get enough of them. Almost everywhere you looked there was something you wanted to capture, all around you. It was like surround-visual-beauty. Is that a thing? Here are a few of my favourites.

^^I love this last one because it contrasts the industrial building with the beauty of the lakes below.^^

I’m still catching up on the last couple of weeks and trying to put together the Photos of the Week that I’ve missed! Hopefully I’ll be able to get my shit together soon. I can’t believe that this time last week I was cycling around a beautiful lake, and coming home to hang out with a whole family of ducks. Not that I’m complaining – so far it’s been a pretty awesome week, including a trip to the cinema to see Legend! Oh, Tom Hardy. Wowza. He is such an incredible actor! And did you see the amazing stunt that the film’s marketing team pulled on The Guardian’s two-star review? Bravo to them *applauds*. Hope everyone is looking forward to a lovely weekend.

 

3 Comments leave one →
  1. September 11, 2015 5:40 pm

    The beach and third to last are my favorites. Panoramic shots are really cool! We used to have a bunch framed in our house growing up of beaches and glaciers and Seattle.

    • September 12, 2015 2:26 pm

      Ooh that’s a great idea! I’m not sure if these are good enough quality, but would love to have a couple round the house.

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