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From yesterday's early morning ride up over the scarp of the Dorset Downs to Milton Abbas and back. This was on the return journey over Bulbarrow, looking down on the big break in the hills at Melcombe.
It's a few years since I've done any stitching, and in the past I've only really treated that as a toy (especially so as it was before I had a lens capable of the quality of the 17-55 f2.8), but the mood came upon me yesterday to give it another go. So this is a 180Â° shot stitched from 9, from the emergency services masts all the way around to the iron age earthworks of Rawlsbury Camp, with Nettlecombe Tout and the Dorset Gap in the distance.
I've only just noticed too late that in cropping and processing I missed at little bit in the top right corner, which will stand out on black...
In unrelated news, incase you missed it a few photos back, I made a twitter for photo stuff: @cotchdotnet.