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Beano

Panoramas - Part 2

Link for Panoramas part-1 found here.

http://urbanglasgow.co.uk/ftopic124-0-asc-0.php
skintobalinto

Queens Park with a bit of an Antique feel


Queens Park Panorama by Skintobalinto, on Flickr
katimac

Good job skinto
calamity

crackers there Skinto
skintobalinto

Thank You Katimac and Calamity  
AlanM


Beano

skintobalinto wrote:
Queens Park with a bit of an Antique feel


Queens Park Panorama by Skintobalinto, on Flickr

Skinto wonderful pano      
Fjord

Beano wrote:
skintobalinto wrote:
Queens Park with a bit of an Antique feel


Queens Park Panorama by Skintobalinto, on Flickr

Skinto wonderful pano      


Timeless quality there Skinto.

How's this for antique-ness... check out the heavy chimney presence and a ghost horse!

Beano

Nice pano Norwegian fella...        
Fjord

Thank you
I don't supose you know how many chimney's can be seen in that photo? just remember heavy chimney evidence is everything!
skintobalinto

WOW Fjord that is a topper, looks like a Steeplejacks wet dream in the background
Hawick_1987

Fjord wrote:
Thank you
I don't supose you know how many chimney's can be seen in that photo? just remember heavy chimney evidence is everything!


Whit chimney ffs?!    

This has to be a record for a single photae  
Lone Groover


Straight down panorama 2 by Dave Trott, on Flickr
fastnet

Amazing Dave.......
Hawick_1987

Oooh I think I just developed Acrophobia from that pic!!!  
Beano

LG spot on mate...    
Beano


Crawfordjohn by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr


Crawfordjohn by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr
Hawick_1987

Strange place name  
Beano

Hawick_1987 wrote:
Strange place name  

Hawick some info mate

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crawford_Castle
Beano


Lamington by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr


St Ninians Lamington by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr
katimac

Nice ones Ben, love the bales of hay  
Doog Doog

Belters,Beano
Beano

Katimac and Doog many thanks.


Tinto Hill by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr


Lamington by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr


Balgray Farm Crawfordjohn by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr
Hawick_1987

That's some trip you've had there Ben, great photos in numerous threads!  
Jock58

today my boys and i went out for a walk.





Jock58
skintobalinto


Looking East by Skintobalinto, on Flickr
Beano

Hawick_1987 wrote:
That's some trip you've had there Ben, great photos in numerous threads!  

Hawick my daughter is home from Gibraltar for two weeks, so we had a fish tea in Valerio's in Lanark then a trip around the surrounding countryside    
btw Jock Skinto cracking pano's      
Beano


Electric by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr
clarkfield

Beano wrote:

Electric by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr


Ben, can you imagine that scene full of those bloody wind turbines. If it's not windy they don't work and if it's too windy they don't work.
Bob.
calamity

Limerick.

Beano

clarkfield wrote:

Ben, can you imagine that scene full of those bloody wind turbines. If it's not windy they don't work and if it's too windy they don't work.
Bob.


Bob this is from the Scottish Government web site
Nationally there are now approximately 80 operational wind farms with turbines up to
140/150m high. Feed in tariffs  continue to drive applications  for groups of wind turbines and
single wind turbines below 5MW. Onshore wind energy generation capacity on November 29,
2011 was 2784.67MW (Scottish Renewables website) and is expected to continue to grow.
Planning authorities are more frequently having  to consider turbines within lower-lying more
populated areas, where design elements and cumulative impacts  need to be managed. In a
wider context, electricity grid reinforcements  are supporting the growth in onshore wind farms.

In other words you better get used to them, many more in the pipe line along with the electric pylons but like you I hate the bloody things  
Beano


Shades of Green by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr


Window Views by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr
norrie

Hi Beano, good shots, where were they taken?
discominer

norrie wrote:
Hi Beano, good shots, where were they taken?

Click on the photie, Norrie...
Beano

calamity wrote:
Limerick.



Calamity....fab pano      
fastnet


B&W pano by john.mcknight, on Flickr


lyde pano by john.mcknight, on Flickr
Doog Doog

Crackers,guys!
cybers

Think i will go and just burn this fecking thing down... its my nemesis  

Oh and if it burns doon it wiznae me i promise... But Stu no doubt will post the pictures with flames an everything.


Shotts Parish Church Pano by David C Laurie, on Flickr
fastnet

Don't know why it is your nemisis mate as that is a stoater...
Beano

fastnet wrote:
Don't know why it is your nemisis mate as that is a stoater...


Aye me likey tae      
cybers

It's the fact i pass the bloody thing twice a day minimum and its doing my noodles in  

Though this as well is the first photo i have taken of it i actually like.
fastnet


Albert dock pano by john.mcknight, on Flickr
Hawick_1987

Fantastic pano  
fastnet

Thanks H......A couple more.


Liverpool pano by john.mcknight, on Flickr


Albert dock pano by john.mcknight, on Flickr
skintobalinto

Superb Panos Fastnet    
cybers

Not mad keen on doing these as i usually feck it up


Across Loch Achray by David C Laurie, on Flickr
Hawick_1987

Cracker Dave  
Doog Doog

   Absolutely stunning!
Beano


Untitled by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr
Hawick_1987

Lovely Ben  

Took a set there in February: http://urbanglasgow.co.uk/archive...-slaughterhouse__o_t__t_1125.html
Beano

Hawick_1987 wrote:
Lovely Ben  

Took a set there in February: http://urbanglasgow.co.uk/archive...-slaughterhouse__o_t__t_1125.html

Hawick...seen yours mate, and I'ts a good piece of photo journalism too.
I like the way you detailed the whole history of the cattle market    
btw..ye should hiv said how tae get intae the feckin place.....    
fastnet


Clyde pano by john.mcknight, on Flickr
BTJustice


August panorama by route9autos.co.uk, on Flickr
caledonia84

Loving the panoramas here guys, not something I've tried much but been inspired by your shots to give it a go  
Alex Glass

really brilliant photos they are all so good

Well done
fastnet

Great pics poirot.

A few from yesterday.


Mugdock reservoir pano by john.mcknight, on Flickr


Mugdock reservoir pano by john.mcknight, on Flickr


Craigmaddie reservior pano by john.mcknight, on Flickr
Beano

Wonderful photographs lads...    
Doog Doog

   Crackers
BTJustice

This shot is 4 panoramas joined together with another 6 shots stitched in to fill in the blank spaces;


Holmlea primary collage by route9autos.co.uk, on Flickr
skintobalinto


Pollok House Panorama by Skintobalinto, on Flickr
cybers

Love that SB ....  
Doog Doog

Cracker,Skinto
fastnet

Taken with my phone but I thought it turned out no bad.


Pano... by john.mcknight, on Flickr
Doog Doog

Bloody good for a phone!
fastnet


Wemyss bay railway station by john.mcknight, on Flickr
skintobalinto

fastnet wrote:

Wemyss bay railway station by john.mcknight, on Flickr


WOW stunning Fastnet
fastnet

Cheers mate.
Doog Doog

spot on!
kev

Took these today from the Fintry end of the campsies





Beano

kev..super photography pal  
Doog Doog

Excellent Kev!
cybers

20 shot Oban pano for maximum overkill


OBAN PANO by David C Laurie, on Flickr
Beano

cybers wrote:
20 shot Oban pano for maximum overkill


OBAN PANO by David C Laurie, on Flickr

20 photo's with perfect stitching mate, blooming corker....      
fastnet

5 panos all taken with my phone.


5 by john.mcknight, on Flickr


4 by john.mcknight, on Flickr


3 by john.mcknight, on Flickr


2 by john.mcknight, on Flickr


1 by john.mcknight, on Flickr
sputnik

fastnet,i salute you.    
Doog Doog

   'kin belters  Cybers & Fastnet.
BTJustice


Carnbooth AAB 2013 2 by route9autos.co.uk, on Flickr


Carnbooth AAB 2013 15 by route9autos.co.uk, on Flickr

Dave.
cybers

Brilliant
fastnet


Priory pano by john.mcknight, on Flickr
cybers


Sir Walter Scott Pano by David C Laurie, on Flickr
calamity

Fantastic Fjord. Cybers boat a cracker too.
kev

Was up in Mull a few weeks ago for the music festival. Took this from above Tobermory looking up the sound of Mull towards the mainland


Hawick_1987

Nice photo Kev  
Doog Doog

That's a stunner Kev.
Beano


Old Jawhills Farm by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr
fastnet

I thought old jawhills was you mate....  

Great pic as well.
Beano

fastnet wrote:
I thought old jawhills was you mate....  

Great pic as well.


wiz thinking aboot you the day an Fannyside loch came intae ma heid, dunno why.....    
fastnet

Beano wrote:
fastnet wrote:
I thought old jawhills was you mate....  

Great pic as well.


wiz thinking aboot you the day an Fannyside loch came intae ma heid, dunno why.....    


     
norrie

Hi Beano, I like the shot of the abandoned farm, I learn new things on the site all the time
On our hill walks, we see old ruined buildings all the time, maye I will take more shots of them in future
cybers


Arran from Carradale by David C Laurie, on Flickr
Alex Glass

Tobermory, Isle of Mull

Tobermory, Isle of Mull

Stitched Tobermory
Alex Glass

View of Mainland from Mull

View of Mainland from Mull

Stitched The Mainland from Mull
Alex Glass

Is;e of Mull Hotel

Isle of Mull Hotel

Stitched Isle of Mull Hotel
Alex Glass

Mull

Mull

Stitched Mull
fastnet

Re: Tobermory, Isle of Mull

Alex Glass wrote:
Tobermory, Isle of Mull

Stitched Tobermory


Fantastic Alex.....  
Alex Glass

Thanks Fastnet
cybers

Glad i clicked those to see them a little larger    
Beano


The Ancient MacNab Burial Ground on Inchbuie  Killin by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr


Balquhidder Kirkyard by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr


Falls of Dochart by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr
cybers

Did you grab the key for the McNAb boneyard from Ye Olde Shoppe Ben... Was glad last time i was up it was a modern padlock as the time before was a muckle huge key that was a pain to drag around  
Beano

cybers wrote:
Did you grab the key for the McNAb boneyard from Ye Olde Shoppe Ben... Was glad last time i was up it was a modern padlock as the time before was a muckle huge key that was a pain to drag around  

Cybers...didn't think there was much to see with all the vegetation and trees  
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