Panoramic photography refers to the area of photography dedicated to taking pictures with a wide field of view or a wide aspect ratio (i.e., a longer horizontal reach than vertical height). Landscapes and cityscapes are the most common subjects for panoramic pictures. Theoretically, panoramic photography seeks to capture images within a greater field of view than the human eye can take in. While a human eye can take in only 70 degrees to 160 degrees of a given scene, a panoramic shot generally includes 180 degrees of a field of view.
Source: Photography.com

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Cap des Rosiers

Monastery of Christ in the Desert

Chama Canyon Wilderness