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In Highdown Gardens, South Downs

Panoramic Landscapes

Image Size 40x105cm | Edition of 50 | Prices: Image only £300 ...and Archivally mounted £345 ...and Fully Framed £455

An interesting facet of panoramic photography - or very wide panoramas at least - is the fact that they look in more than one direction at the same time. In cityscapes this is an obvious thing: the view up and down a straight street for example. In landscape images however the effect is more subtle. To make this panorama of an ailing "Smoke Bush" (photographed in mid winter) Chris positioned the camera right in amongst it's branches, so that it was, in effect, surounded by them.

BTW: the peaceful, quiet, calm of this public garden is, in a way, rather ironic. The founder of the garden - who generously donated it to Worthing Council - made the fortune that funded it's creation on the manufacture of tanks for the First World War...

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