Friday, October 4, 2013

River Valley Panorama

The following is a panorama image that has been stitched together from 6 different images. It shows the Neretva Valley and the mountain Velez in the distance. In a way it's the place where history springs for me, since it was taken on the hills near the place where my father grew up. This breathtaking view inspires me in so many ways, and a lot of images on my blog have in fact been taken here and in the surrounding forests.

click on the panorama for a bigger view


P.S. This image is larger then usual, so you'll have to open it up completely to see all the details.

50 comments:

  1. You would never know that it was stitched together; it is beautiful and seamless.

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    1. Thanks. Admittedly, Photoshop did it all for me.

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  2. this valley view is AMAZING... as is the panorama you stitched together. gives us the view you saw that a regular shot would not show.

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    1. It really wouldn't hold up with a normal image.

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  3. breathtaking photo. very nice

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  4. you are so lucky to live with such breathtaking landscapes in your neighbourhood! fantastic panorama!
    greetings from Belgium, Hilde

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    1. This is really a beautiful spot.

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  5. Oh my - that's just wonderfully captured! Great work, Mersad!!

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  6. Hi Mersad...

    wundervolles Panorama haste da gemacht ... Hammer ! Ich finde das Licht und Schattenspiel extrem genial !

    LG und ein schönes WE

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    1. Es freut mich das es Dir gefällt.

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  7. Mersad, it's absolutely gorgeous and one would never know it's been stitched together....Just breathtaking....

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  8. Great shot. Have a happy weekend.

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  9. Wow! That really is one hell of an image when it is enlarged. The countryside is so very different to where I live, I find it almost mythical.

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  10. Absolutely gorgeous! You did a wonderful job stitching. It looks awesome when enlarged. Really well done, Mersad!

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  11. I love stitching pictures together but haven't done it in a while. Yours is absolutely seamless.

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    1. Thank you Valerie. I'll maybe do a tutorial on this soon.

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  12. wow! such a gorgeous sight! over here in Singapore, everywhere one look, there's mountains of bricks! the sky scrapers,

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    1. Thank you. Sorry to hear that about Singapore. But it is a big city after all. This was also taken far away form any buildings.

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  13. Really impressive, Mersad!

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  14. HI Many thanks for following my blog adn I have joined your now. I am rsuhing out to the theatre now so will be backto study it when I have more time. The shot is fantastic.

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    1. Thanks Margaret for following back. Can't wait to read more from you!

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  15. What a gorgeous place and a superb capture, Mersad!! Thank you for visiting and following my blog!! I've joined yours as well!! Have a beautiful weekend! Enjoy!

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  16. Yes Mersad a tutorial on putting those images together would be greatly appreciated. It is a magnificent view. Blessings to you this beautiful fall day. What season is it in your neck of the woods?

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    1. Fall is starting here. I'll do a tutorial on panorama stitching as the next tutorial. Thanks for visiting.

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  17. Beautiful, Mersad. Your panorama is impressive!

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  18. Looking forward to your tutorial on how to do this. That's a wonderful view.

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    1. Working on the tutorial for the next post.

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  19. Stitched together beautifully!

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  20. I opened your photo on my laptop and I think I need a wide screen monitor to do it justice. Lovely.

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    1. Yeah, definitely works better in wide view. :)

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  21. One has to enlarge this one, it's just FANTASTIC!

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