Weekly Photo Challenge: An Unusual PoV

With it being a quiet Friday night for me, I’ve stumbled across this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge and decided to get involved…

And my entry sprung straight to mind. I remembered taking a panoramic shot in a slightly different way during my visit to Sacre Coeur in Paris a few years back, and I was surprisingly pleased with the outcome.

Capturing all the way from the wall in front of me to the far-off suburbs of the French capital, here’s my vertical panoramic shot for this week’s contest.

Panoramic Paris - A different take

Panoramic Paris – A different take

This photo is part of theΒ Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual POV.

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    • Haha I’m not sure they’re something that’ll really catch on tbh, but I was glad my random experiment worked here.

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