Over spring break we had the opportunity to head to Europe for a week and a half or so. Below are the first set of shots, all stitched together from multiple images. I’ll have some more conventional shots up hopefully in a few days, along with, at some point, a tutorial talking about how these shots were constructed.
Lilla Torg, Malmo, Sweden
The main reading room of the Malmo City Library
A different perspective of the main reading room at the Malmo City Library.
The large organ at St. Michael’s Church in Hamburg – one of the five large Lutheran churches in the city.
St. Nikolai was the largest church in Hamburg before the war, and for two years was the tallest building in the world. Allied bomber pilots used its steeple to sight their bombing runs during air raids. After the war, the cathedral was not rebuilt and today it stands as a monument to all victims of war and tyrrany.
The train platform at the main station in Hamburg.
The central train station in Gothenburg, on the main square.
A broader view of Gothenburg’s main square, from just outside our hotel.
A charming little castle in Dalkey, County Dublin. Closed on Tuesdays, which was the day we were there.
A shot from Christ Church View, in Dublin.
A closer shot of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin.
The village of Dalkey, Ireland. Bono has a house here, supposedly.
A view of the coast looking south from Dalkey.
The main hall at Kilmainham Gaol, in Dublin.
The reading room at Trinity College, Dublin.
A view of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, with budding trees in the foreground.
A view from the park next to St. Patrick’s.
Another view from the park next to St. Patrick’s.
The interior of St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
A more zoomed out view of the interior of St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
Behind the alter at St. Patrick’s – recently renovated, or so I’m told.
A detailed shot of stained glass panels in St. Patrick’s.
A side window in St. Patrick’s
A large shopping center – St. Stephen’s Green Shopping Center – where we had lunch on Sunday.