These are examples of panoramas which have been photographed without the use of a tripod or panorama head. They rely on me being able to rotate about a fixed point with respect to the lens no parallax point and to keep the angle of the camera relatively constant throughout the photography sequence. Some of these have been taken with multiple exposures (3 or 5) which are blended together to enable the capture of a higher dynamic range of bright to dark than would otherwise be possible. Click on the photos to load the interactive panoramas.Numbers Sculpture outside Christchurch Polytech. Church of the Holy Innocents, Mt. Peel, Canterbury, NZ. Hokitika Gorge Virtual Tour, NZ. There are 3 scenes to explore here. Waimakariri Gorge Bridge, SH72, Canterbury, NZ View from the top of Mt Vernon, Christchurch, NZ Wigram Airforce Museum Strikemaster Upstairs at Clockwork, the Steampunk shop and cafe – 32 New Regent St, Christchurch, NZ Otira Gorge Viaduct, NZ. “Tree Houses for Swamp Dwellers” – Public sculpture, Christchurch NZ Duck pond in the Botanic Gardens, Christchurch NZ Cherry Blossom on the banks of the Avon river Cathedral Square, Christchurch NZ featuring “The Chalice”. Christchurch Botanic Gardens Visitor Centre. Botanic Gardens Glasshouse, Christchurch. Victoria St, Christchurch. In Situ cafe and coffee, Port Hills Rd, Christchurch. Inside the cab of a fire truck. A flight-simmers man Cave. Pigeon Bay and Boat Club area. Victoria Park forest walk viewing platform allowing wheelchair access. Christchurch Railway Station. Tower Junction, Christchurch. The Transitional ‘Cardboard’ Cathedral, Christchurch. New Zealand. Solid Energy Building. Addington, Christchurch. Lookout on top of Mt Victoria, Wellington.