Thursday’s Special: Panorama

 

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Today the Thursday’s Special theme is Panorama. It does not to have to be a panorama of an ancient city, or city at all, nor does it have to be a photo stitched of multiple images as in my case of Venice. Show me your pictures of views that you found inspiring. I’m waiting….

Happy Thursday!

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Β Big thanks to all TS participants for their great entries. Click on the titles bellow:

A night photo from Terceira, Acores

Open air

Ohariu Valley

Jo’s seaside panorama

Panorama a la Anna

Panoramic Venice

New England Panorama

Patricia’s Panoramic

New York City Skyline

Cape Town Panorama

Panorama by Klara

Tulip Farm

66 Comments on “Thursday’s Special: Panorama

  1. Wonderful view, excellent captured – do remind me about that I miss one of my favorite cafes and their amazing espresso… πŸ˜€

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          • When I travel. look for local atmosphere added excellent coffee – never traveling for reason of meeting people like my self… πŸ˜€

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            • And ducks are everywhere πŸ˜€ πŸ˜‰ You know very well that I am not very fond of people either. The good point for me is that sometimes they drag dogs with them πŸ˜€

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              • I like meeting people who are “weird” their way as I “weird” my way – in other words – some travel far away from home and except things to be like home – not me, I enjoy the challenge meeting something new – we can learn something everywhere either learn a better way of doing things or learn that we are doing it in a better way – we can’t tell before we see it… πŸ˜€

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                  • Many travel that way – danes travel to Mallorca for example, and hold together with danes and danish food throughout the holiday – englishmen do travel to Cyprus for example and live on english manners along with englishmen entire holiday – germans do travel to Greece and spend the holidays in german colors – etc. etc. – such a way I have never traveled and never would… πŸ™‚

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                    • Bah hambug, they only travel for the weather and sea, and refuse to get out of their comfort zone. God forbid they should ruin their stomach. As if Spanish cheese was worse than Danish one πŸ˜€ You should take holidays in my beautiful country!! I am tired of tourists that bring their own food with them πŸ˜€

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                    • It’s my fault – and a big mistake, that I haven’t been there yet – it would be to explore all these “crazy” croats at their home field (and the croatian nature, art and culture) – guaranteed the croatian are just as “crazy” as us danes are… πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

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                    • Yeah ehh we are the masters of craziness – don’t know what a master without a letter s is… πŸ˜€

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                    • With crazyness so I mean originality, in my eyes it’s a quality – by the way I hate when we all need to be standardized, it hasn’t anyhing to do with that we all are equal or not – of course, we are all equal , despite differences – the world isn’t a hall of mirrors, but we must see ourselves in all our differences but still in equality – the reason why I love traveling – to be wiser… πŸ˜€

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  4. What a gorgeous view Paula. You’ve really captured the beauty so perfectly. Love it! πŸ˜€ β™₯

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  8. Well stitched Paula! This s a fantastic shot – so much detail. Where did you take it from?

    I went for Venice too (great minds….) – it really does demand a panorama shot doesn’t it!

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      • How long did it last? It lasts 2.34. I hope you won’t mind if I send you the mp3 tonight πŸ˜‰

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    • Hello dear Debbie πŸ™‚ I will see your post in the late afternoon (I can’t access your domain at work :S). The picture was taken from San Giorgio Magiore .) I loved it there.

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  10. so just curious – how many photos are stitched (3) – and the view from the San Giorgio Magiore is so purdy….

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