Taken with an IR converted camera in b&w.
Full-screen version on flickr.
And below is a full-res version (over 27,000 pixel width) on gigapan. Click the full-screen button and you can zoom in and out.
I made an HDR panorama by the Tower of London, then turned it into a polar panorama [below]. I rotated it 180° as I couldn't decide which orientation I preferred, so I uploaded both. Below that you'll see the original panorama.
But it frustrates me to upload panoramas because they're usually over 27,000 res width, but that's too big so I end up scaling them down. However, I discovered "Gigapan" - they let you upload the original res photo which you can open full-screen and zoom around. So that's at the bottom.
The HDR panorama I made the polar panoramas from [below].
Gigapan full-res version [below]. Open in full-screen mode to zoom around.
HDR polar panorama of Bethesda Terrace on a summer day.
Below is the same photo but rotated 180 degrees, as I couldn't decide which orientation I preferred.
And here's the original HDR panorama I made the polar panoramas from.
HDR polar panorama taken on the bridge in Camden Town. View larger here.
The original HDR panorama I made the above polar panorama from. View larger here.
Outside Camden Town tube station. View larger here.
The original HDR panorama I made the polar panorama from. View larger here.
Another polar panorama near the same spot. View larger here.
Another panorama near the same spot. View larger here.