Micro Panorama Thumbnail for Social Sharing Sites


(anytime – September 2019)

Andrew Bodrov

It's not what it seems

Robert Bilsland

Too Much Choice Isn't Always A Good Thing

Priory Park, Malvern, Worcestershire, England, UK

August 25, 2019, 6:53 UTC (7:53 local time)

Loading panorama viewer ...
Configuring ...

© 2019 Robert Bilsland, All Rights Reserved.


You'd think that being in Malvern and getting onto the hills would be an easy thing, they're just there, how confusing could it be? Well that's the problem you see, with so many choices and so many things to see, people were left wondering which path to take.

Out of this Malvern's "Route to the Hills" was created. A walking route that would lead people from Great Malvern railway station, through Prioty Park and the town centre and onto the hills. On the way you would find out about Malvern's watercure, Edward Elgar and a secret wartime project. You would do this through a guidebook, information panels like you see here and unique pavement location studs.

There's more information about the route on the "Visit the Malverns" site linked below including a PDF version of the guidebook and if your ever in the area then give it a go, it's loads of fun and a fantastic way to find out about the area and it's history.  

Visit the Malverns, Route to the Hills


Taken with a Nikon D300 and a Nikkor 10.5mm f/2.8G fisheye lens. Mounted on a Nodal Ninja 5 panorama head and R-D16 rotator atop a Manfrotto 055XPROB tripod. Shots taken at 6 positions 60° apart, tilted 15° down and another shot taken looking straight up. Raw files then processed in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5.7 before being stitched together using PTGui 10.0.15 Pro and converted using Pano2VR 6.1 beta3b.

PLEASE RESPECT THE ARTIST’S WORK. All images are copyright by the individual photographers, unless stated otherwise. Use in any way other than viewing on this web site is prohibited unless permission is obtained from the individual photographer. If you're interested in using a panorama, be it for non-profit or commercial purposes, please contact the individual photographer. The WWP can neither negotiate for, nor speak on behalf of its participants. The overall site is copyright by the World Wide Panorama Foundation, a California Public Benefit Corporation. Webdesign © by Martin Geier www.geiervisuell.com