Tuesday 15 November 2011

Round Hill, Little Wittenham

Beech trees on top of Round Hill, one of the Wittenham Clumps which are a landmark sequence of hills in South Oxfordshire. They form part of the Sinodun Hills and are also known locally as Mother Dunch's buttocks! The site is managed by the Earth Trust.

Sequence: 30˚ up + level + 30˚ down.
Tamron SP 10-24mm @ 10mm
ISO 100, f11
Projection: equirectangular
Projection stitched and rendered in Hugin


  1. Thanks Richard, I'm not sure if I have the projection right. The treetops bend in quite a lot - maybe they need to? Just trying a different projection as an experiment. Could be I'm just too close to a spherical image that I'd really need to complete it with nadir and zenith?