Primrose Hill Sunrise Panorama
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Primrose Hill Sunrise, a wide panoramic view on a chilly mid-winter’s day over Regent’s Park towards the spellbinding skyline of London. The evocative colours as the sun first appears on a cloudless sky. The brittle cold clear air higher up contrasts with the freezing light mist shrouding the trees at ground level create a wonderful atmosphere to this panorama, with soft pastel tones of dawn.
On this particular day I went to Primrose Hill when it was still totally dark, and set up the camera and tripod with a torch, so as to be ready for the first glowing colours in the sky the sun edged closer to breaking above the horizon. It was bitterly cold but seeing this wonderful sight made me temporarily forget my frozen fingers. An unavoidable feature of these panoramic views is that you need to have your hands free from gloves in order to gradually rotate the camera for each of the 9 or 10 shots I later blended together in this image, this means touching the cold metal of the camera and tripod head.
I think however that the end result easily justified the temporary uncomfortable numb hands. As I saw the unfolding spectacle of the hypnotic glowing light that morning, I knew that the resulting panoramic image would be quite special, so I just lost myself in the moment, looking in awe at the view and and trying to concentrate on clicking the shutter and rotating the camera methodically. I was not wrong: the colours in the panorama are quite magical, with the consecutive, rhythmical tones leading the eye into the distance, with the successive layers of grassy slope, lamp posts and their pools of light, the dense layer of trees, and the distant skyline with the colours of the sky above as dawn approached.
London Panoramic Views
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