There are lots of ways to make panoramas. You can scan your smart phone across a scene and let your phone do the rest. Or you can put your DSLR on a tripod and scan across a scene and stitch the photos in software. Or, you can rent a tilt shift lens, put it on a tripod, shift it left, center, and right, and stitch the photos in software. Better yet, you can bracket your exposures and Lightroom will merge them into an high dynamic range panorama. The HDR panoramas here wer
There are public gardens next to the local city park. People pay the city to rent 30' x 30' patches of earth to grow something. Some use their gardens as a retreat. They build a shelter and sit by their gardens in the evening. The great anti-social quarantine slowed Spring planting this year, but some of the plots have been plowed neatly and planted nevertheless. Gear Photos were made with a Nikon D750 paired with a Zeiss Milvus 35 mm f/2.0.