One of the very first panoramic images I ever shot was inside of Lichfield Cathedral in Lichfield, right at the north of Birmingham.

Compared to how I shoot panoramics in 2010 these are a little rough and ready (they’re not wide enough as they were only shot on a single axis and also they weren’t bracket so there’s a lot of blowout in the windows but I still really like these.

I’m hoping to go back to Birmingham in the next year or so, depending on workloads, and to reshoot a load of these images.

Hope you like the images below but be sure to click on each one for a much larger version.

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