The first in a series of posts showing some of the spherical panoramas I took on the Isle of North Uist this summer, while working with Taigh Chearsabhagh. These two are from the very first site I shot after going out to the island & one of the most visited by tourists to the island (possibly thanks to its proximity to a main road). After stitching these it became evident that completely clear or completely overcast skies looked quite dull & ‘scattered cloud’ is where it’s at for panoramas.
This is a burial chamber that sits at the top of the Langass hill. We came back up here a few days later when the weather was even better & you could easily see right to the horizon.
And this is a stone circle called Pobull Fhinn, which lies on one side of the hill toward the water (there’s water everywhere on North Uist).
If you click this Roundme image it will load the space & let you click between the 2x different panoramas & drag them with your mouse/finger to look around. Once it’s loaded you can double click to go fullscreen (highly recommended).