Panorama from Cat Bells

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David Brown Photogra… on October 1, 2011

This is 180 degrees from dues south with hikers through the Grasmoor range and Grisdale Pike to Bassenthwaite Lake, Skiddaw and Derwent Water due north by north east!

So many memories in one single photograph!

david g Johnson on October 1, 2011

Great pictures here...Jethro'....crisp and colourful from end to end.../..For me ..I like this one the most.....The walkers on the left..and the foreground footpath to the right give a sense of scale and reference to the size and depth of the panarama...and the lighting is smack on ...Dj...

David Brown Photogra… on October 2, 2011

You are spot on David this is the winner as far as I am concerned. No messing about with this. Just stitched from 13 (!) portrait images in Hugin and crop the result.

I love it !

Many thanks - Jethro

Kevin Childress on October 2, 2011

izzz nizzze !

David Brown Photogra… on October 2, 2011

Thank you Borat, errr... I mean Kevin

:o)

Jethro

((Ospr3y)) on October 4, 2011

Awesome! Love how you stitched the two previous scenes into this seamless panorama.

Like

Liam ;)

Pete Taylor on October 4, 2011

It's a great result for your hard graft Jethro, and another like from me.

Pete

David Brown Photogra… on October 4, 2011

The two previous ones are lower down the moon-tin but you describe it 100% correctly Liam

I am glad you found this one Pete I reckon this is the best of the bunch. I were a grand walk anall.

Many thanks both - Jethro

Jim Mills on October 7, 2011

Great old panorama Jethro. I climbed many a mountain in the Lakes, but never got up this great little mountain with its spectacular views. Best wishes - Jim

David Brown Photogra… on October 7, 2011

Not so old Jim as I was up there two weeks ago (hard to believe now sitting back in Raleigh).

So this was with my new Nikon and stitched in the old software (Hugin).

I am very pleased with this one.

Many thanks - Jethro

Free Wheels on October 8, 2011

Panoramas are my favourite thing to produce. This has to be saved in my favourites, just so I can refer to it as a reference on how it should be done. I use Hugin and Microsoft Ice as it's a freebie. L & Y*

David Brown Photogra… on October 8, 2011

Now thats a challenge Mark to define my favourite thing to produce? It might be panoramas or it might be HDRs... or it might be HDR panoramas!

I use Hugin (and rarely MICE these days, but I install it to get other photographers going).

Many thanks for your lovely comment and continued conversations. - Jethro

neil hunter on October 14, 2011

how ya doin mate.the cottage upper center is were ill be in a couple of weeks,great shot jethro.

neil hunter on October 14, 2011

by the way mate,did you see the building thats taken the place of the purple house?

David Brown Photogra… on October 15, 2011

Doing Great Neil thanks

I camped not far from there in the late 60s while doing DoE at school.

Yes I/we did see the new purple house. Amazing structure. You have a good memory for conversations!

I hope your doing good.

Jethro

joyfotos on October 23, 2011

WOW!

David Brown Photogra… on October 24, 2011

Yes, this is my personal favourite Joy

Its a full 180 degrees and gets in most of the Northern Lakes District in one shot.

I love this place (sob) - Jethro

Senad Džinić (Džine) on April 4, 2012

like 7..Best regards, Džine

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