Sweeping Panoramas Of London's High Streets

Tabish Khan
By Tabish Khan Last edited 27 months ago
Sweeping Panoramas Of London's High Streets
Shoppers abound in Camden Market.

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London's streets are captured in panoramic glory by photography group Panorama Street Line. Just looks at this sweeping panorama across the Strand, including the Savoy, below. It must have been particularly difficult given its size and the number of people on the road at any one time:

It's not just the well-trodden tourist sports. Neville Terrace in South Kensington looks particularly pretty:

The process of capturing the panoramas involves taking the shots from multiple points along a high street and stitching them together. Then, we imagine, this takes a lot of time on a computer to finesse.

The works date from 2004 to 2015.

Piccadilly with Fortnum and Mason on the right.

Check out the project's website and Facebook page for the full range of works.

All images copyright panoramastreetline.com / Jorg Dietrich.

Last Updated 20 July 2016