[Update July 28th, 2015: I spoke with Randy Scott Slavin, the creator of this image. This series, which he calls Alternative Perspectives, is stitched together from many images—rather than a pano rolling down a hill—and was shot with a Nikon DSLR. There are many more very cool examples on his website.]
I am so in love with this photograph posted to Twitter by @Wild_Outdoors. It's captioned "Panoramic picture taken while rolling down a hill," which pretty much tells you what you need to know. Oh, sure, you should pick the most photogenic hillside on the planet before embarking on this effort, but that's just nitpicking, isn't it? This photo looks like a portal into another fantasy world. It makes me think differently about each element, ground, clouds, sky. It frankly spurs my imagination. Check it out.
Panoramic picture taken while rolling down a hill. pic.twitter.com/UJbtcTnrED— Into The Wild (@Wild_Outdoors) January 28, 2015
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