Panorama Pictures

 
     
 

I have recently started taking panorama pictures, from 180 to 360. The procedure is quite simple, put the camera on a tripod them take a series of pictures, each slightly overlapping the previous one. The I use a program called Panorama Factory to stitch the different together and hey presto, a panorama!
(click the thumbnails to view the larger picture)

 
 
 
 

God's Window - Graskop Nov 2003

 
  This is the view from God's Window, near Graskop. From the rim of the escarpment you look out over the Lowveld with Kruger park in the distance  
 

 
     
 
 
 

Olifants river view Nov 2003

 
Another view of the Olifants river near Olifants camp. Because of the drought the river is now a mere trickle.
 

 
     
 
 
 

Bridge View - Kruger National park Nov 2003

 
  You are allowed to get out of your vehicle on this bridge, so it was an ideal chance to take a panorama pic. Where the river starts to narrow, just to the right of the tuft of grass, you can see some hippo in the water, just small parts of them sticking out.  
 

 
     
 
 
 

View from Olifants Restcamp, Kruger National Park

 
One of our favourite Kruger Park viewsites, from the viewing deck at Olifants restcamp. We like watching the river with binoculars spotting animals coming to drink or hippo, crocodiles and water birds in the riverbed


Camorhi Game Lodge, Free State, South Africa

  This is the view from the main lodge over the plain below, ideal for game viewing with a good pair of binoculars.  

 
 
 

View of Pretoria, hilltop overlooking Menlyn area.

 
     
 

 
     
 
 
 

Durban beachfront, taken from one of the piers (May 2003)

 
     
 

 
 
 
 

Photo taken inland from Knysna from Spitskop hill