Panorama Gallery: 

All Photos can be can be shipped Worldwide.

Panoramas are approx. 28cm x 84cm on 235GSM satin photographic paper,

using an HP Designjet Z5200 printer.

They are rolled and packed in tubes. 

Total price per Photo plus postage & packing

Signed for trackable UK  £ 45.00

Airmail trackable Europe  £48.00

 Airmail trackable worldwide  £50.00

* Please email via the 'CONTACT' page to receive a shipping quote for multiple items,

 custom sized photographs and/or ready framed photographs as below.

New images are regularly added so please revisit.


Red Arrows Air Display - Eastbourne Pier

Actually there is just one jet in this panoramic view ,but iPhone 'pano' mode knits

together many individual frames and the same  plane appears several times.


Egrets way - Lewes

This view, and the two below, were commissioned to celebrate the footpath/cycleway from Railway Land Nature Reserve Lewes to Newhaven harbour through the River Ouse valley to the sea.

This image, that the path skirts, is Land Artist Chris Dury's famous 'Heart of Reeds'


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Egrets way - Southease

Two in a canoe ride the high tide past Itford Hill on the

Southdowns Way


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Egrets Way - Lewes Castle from Southease 

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Egrets way-Newhaven Harbour

Top centre screen is the giant Cormorant sculpture by

Christian Funnel

...and now for something completely different!

Panorama shots can work particularly well with cloud patterns

I simple turn the camera on it's side and shot from bottom to top.

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Lewes Railway Station - Dusk & Dawn

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Swifts over Itford Hill, Southease, Sussex

Southdowns National Park

Generally panorama photos are the same size but this one above is different as I wanted to limit what was in the scene and be quick enough to catch the two birds in mid frame.

It can of course be cropped, as they all can, to a regular A4  as below.

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A murmuration of Starlings, Brighton's Palace Pier.



 Lewes Golf Course


 Lewes Pilot Gig Club's

  'Billy Pritchard'

and crew, approaching Newhaven swing bridge