Regular readers of this blog might remember a posting I did last November, called Holiday Snapz, where I discovered the cool option on iPhones called "Pano". This allows you to take panoramic shots of sweeping views from beach headlands, lofty mountaintops, etc etc. Back here in our tiny little garden, we're a bit short on sweeping, majestic panoramas, but the iPhone's "Pano" option is perfectly good for taking some very wide angle shots, and that's what I was fooling around with this morning. Here's the results, but first, a little "how to".
I found it so easy to use that even the first panorama I did last November came out fine. Practise for 5 minutes and you should be a wide-angle expert.
Anyway, on with the show. These photos are quite big (40cm across) so if you click onto the photos they will come up bigger for you on screen.
|General view of the garden this morning. Incredible how very|
different it is from the one at the top of this blog, with the 'Garden
Amateur' heading in it, which is now 3 or 4 years old.
|Eggplant, lemon grass, basil, frangipani, oregano and parsley.|
The frangipani is getting so much bigger!
|Succulent patch, geranium land, the newly planted native|
patch with a groundcover grevillea and westringias behind.
The terracotta pot is home to a thriving bay tree.
|Native patch, curly parsley in front, salvias behind, then mint|
and a potted Thai lime on the right. And gnomes aplenty!