Another shot from the iconic valley in southern Tuscany. This is a stitch of 3 horizontal images, about 10000 pixels wide altogether.
I did quite a few telephoto shots of the valley in the session, you can see the trees from this image
on the extreme right, and the church from this image
and this image
but I wanted to capture a vista of the entire valley.
It was an amazing morning, one that I'll never forget as I'd wanted to photograph this valley for a couple of years, and the mist did exactly what I hoped it would do.
An incredible morning in an incredible location, and one that I know I'll never forget .
Apologies for uploading it so large. DA's submission rules insist that each image must be at least 400 pixels along it's shortest edge, which doesn't really work in the case of panos....but I'm sure the people who came up with that rule knew what they were talking about...Metadata
Taken in Val d'Orcia, Tuscany, Italy
Nikon D3 | Nikkor 80-400 ED VR
Gitzo GT2541 tripod w/ Gitzo GH1780QR ballhead
1/250 | f13 | 80mm
Workflow in Apple Aperture 2. Stitching and title in PS CS3Thanks in advance for any comments or faves.