Twenty six fisheye images stuck together for this one… Otham Church, just up the road from me. The tower of Otham church is in an unusual position – in the south-east corner of the nave. In fact the church is altogether an unusual shape with a nave and chancel of equal length, both cells having a north chapel. Pretty little church.
White Hart Lane. 14 images (handheld) stitched with AutopanoPro. Lushness.
Front of house. 25 fisheye images stitched.
The back garden, covered in snow. 25 fish eye images stitched.
Take a 360 degree panoramic and wrap it the ‘wrong’ way and you get an inverse planet.
A hand-held panoaramic of Dover docks, taken from Langdon Cliffs. 14 images combined with Autopano.
Eynsford, Kent. Round.
Thurnham Castle consists of a wall these days… and not a very big one at that. A 12th century flint-built castle on a hill also known as Godard’s Castle which is built on the edge of the North Downs with a spectacular view across East Kent. The north side of the bailey wall still stands ten foot high and originally it enclosed an area of about a quarter of an acre. The west wall has completely collapsed. These is no visible stonework on the large motte although there were once two towers and an outer curtain wall. It has been bought by the council, who now maintain the site.
My back garden, complete with washing machine that still hasn’t made it to the dump. 25 images stitched in Autopano, then made into a planet using Photoshop with the polar co-ordinates filter.