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Tyler Brigg Farm

If you saw my posting yesterday entitled "Towards Piper Wood" this is a follow up panorama, this time put together in  Elements 7, and consisting of four images.

In relation to yesterdays panoramas this is to the left of those and shows most of the agricultural land that it is planned to turn in to two golf courses if some people get their way.

Back to my ongoing monochrome series again tomorrow.

Tyler Brigg Farm

If you saw my posting yesterday entitled "Towards Piper Wood" this is a follow up panorama, this time put together in  Elements 7, and consisting of four images.

In relation to yesterdays panoramas this is to the left of those and shows most of the agricultural land that it is planned to turn in to two golf courses if some people get their way.

Back to my ongoing monochrome series again tomorrow.

comments (6)

Nicely done Brian. They are fun to do aren't they?
Brian Walbey: Thanks Bill. I've used Elements 4 and 7 but the newer 7 is the better one I feel. I will do some more when I get time.
Thats it Brian..You've got the hang of this ok. As Bill says..its fun...and a good tool to have up your sleeve. Well done.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ron, something I will have another go at.
Well done Brian. I bet you enjoy it!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Richar, I suspect it becomes a bit more difficult using an SLR.
Well done ! I like very much to work on panoramic montage !
Brian Walbey: Thanks Zebigleb, why no have a go next weekend if time allows and show us the results.
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 15 Mar 2009, 19:28
Your inspiring me to go out and play Brian, l must give this a shot
Brian Walbey: yes, definitely give it a go zed. Thanks for your comment.
This one, and the previous two are good stitches. Nice golf course material for sure. Too bad also, as a golf course will steal the ambiance.
Cheers
Rob
Brian Walbey: Thanks Rob, the biggest upset is the lost of top class land on which to grow much needed food in years to come.

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