6 pane pano at 24mm with plenty of overlap, shot Sept 2019, 200+ year old Hall in the UK, really lucky to get the mist at sunrise. Each pane is a manual exposure blend using luminosity masks of three bracketed images.
The light was so different across the panes it took a lot of work in PS after alignment to blend them together for a seamless result, probably the most difficult post work I have done outside of astrophotography.
A few distractions cloned out, slight colour grading, contrast etc... and a sky replacement with one of Mike's as the sky was totally clear. I thought about adding in flags flying on the poles, but this wouldn't make sense as the wind would blow the mist away.