This is a post with some pictures of The National Trust’s Dover’s Hill in Gloucestershire which I took on a recent visit there.
We only stayed a few minutes at this viewpoint over the Gloucestershire countryside, so I didn’t get many pictures, but these were my favourite of the 20 or so I took. A couple of these shots were actually constructed from 3 images taken using the camera’s bracketing function and merged using Lightroom’s new ‘merge to HDR’ function and the panorama was made from 4 images stitched together using the ‘merge to panorama’ function. All were taken using my Pentax K5 and Tamron 10-24mm f/3.5 super wide angle. View in full size here.