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This is Istanbul (was Constantinople) and the Bosphorus strait from the roof of the Hilton. A hazy town so not the best shot.
A wide-angle shot of the Musee D'Orsay in Paris.
The library at Ephesus. This town of Roman ruins is impressive and the restored library is the highlight. The moving people and lack of tripod made this a problematic panorama.
Here's Istanbul at night. Exposure could have been better.
They don't allow you to take a Tripod into the acropolis without an expensive permit. Yuck. This handheld panorama, a 360 degree view of hazy Athens, just didn't work out too well. Normally with moving people I use PhotoVista, but it couldn't handle this. Panorama Factory causes ghosts.
The Corinthian canal. Attempted for thousands of years, finally finished in the early 20th century. The sloped walls make it seem deeper than it is.
Mycenae, the ancient city of Agamemnon. The countryside is very hazy, detracting from this panorama but the city is interesting.
Yalta, in the Crimea. Handheld with the Stylus Epic.
A 24mm panorama, handheld, of the Potemkin steps in Odessa. Doesn't stitch that well.