A wider perspective

Hello! I’ve been out and about a bit this week, including a visit to a local art group where we were looking at composition using a panorama. I think it’s a wonderful format which can be used for many subjects. It allows scope for storytelling, (the Bayeux Tapestry being one of the earliest and largest examples) cartoons and film all use the format – and you can do interesting things by turning it up on its end. Many cameras and phones offer a panorama setting these days, so it’s fun to try some. Have a lovely weekend! Here are some of my panoramas:

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  1. Fabulous panoramas Maxine, each painting is so full of energy, I’m inspired!

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    1. Lovely to hear it Sharon, I look forward to seeing what you will do with the panorama format, 😀

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      1. I’ll take the challenge! 😄

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      2. Brilliant! 😄

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  2. What a marvelous collection of images. It looks like you thoroughly enjoy yourself. Look forward to more.

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    1. You’re not wrong! I love what I do, there’s always something new to learn, have a wonderful weekend and thank you for your lovely comment! 😀

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  3. We’ve got the great tapestry of Scotland – panorama with a vengeance: http://scotlandstapestry.com/

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    1. Wow! It’s a lovely one, thanks for telling me about it. Have a fantastic weekend, hopefully warm enough for a ride? 😀🚴🏽

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      1. Thanks, been fabby lately, shorts & just 2 tops on, 40+ mile rides too.

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      2. Crikey! You’re doing loads! Brilliant! 😁🚴🏽🚴🏽🚴🏽

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  4. Lovely work.

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    1. Thanks so much! Lovely to hear from you 😄😄😄😄

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  5. Beautiful pictures

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    1. Thank you very much! 😀

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  6. love the paintings

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    1. Very kind, thank you 😀

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