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The random ramblings of a Star Trek-obsessed schools ICT Systems Manager who likes a good moan.
This is a place where I can whinge about life, and express my love of my family, 80's music, retro computer gaming (especially on my Commodore 64),
 oh and Star Trek. I'm very open with my opinions and I like a good moan. If you don't like what I say, then you might want to consider not reading this blog.

Monday, April 11, 2016

Stuart's Panoramic World 19 - Evesham, Workman Bridge & Flooded Avon - 25th November 2012

My next 360° panorama is from way back in November 2012, when Evesham was hit by a moderate flood which affected Waterside, and Crown Meadow.  This was taken on Workman Bridge, overlooking the flooded Avon.
 
 
If you look at my previous Panorama (number 18), you'll notice that the path where that one was taken is well under water.  In fact, you can just about make out the Life Ring stand just poking out of the water in this shot which is clearly visible in the previous panorama.
 
 
This one was taken on my old Fujifilm HS30EXR camera - A great little bridge camera which I used before upgrading to a Canon EOS DSLR.

Saturday, April 09, 2016

Stuart's Panoramic World 18 - Evesham, Workman Bridge - 2nd April 2016

Here's another 360° panorama showing my home town (Evesham), the River Avon, and Workman Bridge. 
 
 
Also, from this panorama onwards, I'm going to be doing them sightly differently.  Whereas before all the panoramas I've made have been in .swf format (Flash), this made them unviewable on the majority of mobile browsers unless the user downloaded an app to make it work (usually making it quite sluggish).  Instead this and all future panoramas will be in HTML5 format.  Fortunately the majority of newer browsers for desktops and mobile devices support HTML5, so my 360° panoramics should be more accessible and I hope more people will enjoy them.
 
 
This was taken on Saturday 2nd April 2016, using a Canon EOS 700D and a 10-18mm lens. 
 
I was also able to take some nice pictures down by the river too, this being one of them.