Panorama Pictures

A Panorama meaning is a representation of a physical space or wide-angle view, whether in a three-dimensional model, drawing, painting, photography, or seismic images. The word Panorama was originated by the English painter “Robert Barker” to represent his panoramic paintings of London and Edinburgh in the 18th century. The term “Panning” of motion-picture is derived from the panorama.

Frankly speaking, I’m not any good photographer and don’t know to take Panoramic pictures. It was my first time to take Panoramic photos. These are really cool panorama photos because the spring season is on in my home town. The wonderful view of a river passing near my house representing the best panoramic view. The green-lands also look charming and attractive in these Images. The after sunset panorama pictures also looks breath-taking to me.

I hope you will like these Panorama pictures and will encourage me for more. Here are Crown of Thorns Flowers Photography.

Which one is your favorite one?

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Which one is your favorite one?

78 thoughts on “Panorama Pictures

  1. The first one. Suggestion had you walked backwards a few steps you would have captured the whole cure of the river and the reflection of the sky on the water. Like writing, one must look at visual competition when taking photos. Keep snapping!

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    1. Thank you so much for the encouragement. Yes, Your suggestion is really appreciated and according to the view. The curve of river is not completed here. Thanks again for the honest feedback. Means a lot to me.

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