The Royal Crescent is a residential road of 30 houses, laid out in a crescent, in the city of Bath, England. Designed by the architect John Wood the Younger and built between 1767 and 1774, it is among the greatest examples of Georgian architecture to be found in the United Kingdom and is a grade I listed building.

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Featured in ‘Heritage Listed and Other Trusts Sites World Wide’

Nikon D80. Nikkor 18-135mm.
Multi-image panorama stitched in Photoshop


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  • SandraRos
    SandraRosabout 5 years ago

    Your capture is so magnificent I have passed this so many times and every time it leaves me awe struck. I have always wondered are there people actually living there ? Your capture really shows the grandeur of this place so perfectly

  • Thank you Sandra. I really appreciate your comment….nice to hear from you again.

    – Paul Woloschuk

  • RedHillDigital
    RedHillDigitalabout 5 years ago

    Great ‘stitch’ job Paul, how many images?

  • Thanks Howard.
    Only three, although I did do another using around 5, but that’s Huuuuuuuuuuuge!

    – Paul Woloschuk

  • Steve  Liptrot
    Steve Liptrotabout 5 years ago

    Great image Paul

  • Thanks Steve.

    – Paul Woloschuk

  • S .
    S .about 5 years ago

    sweet building

  • Many thanks Shoaib.

    – Paul Woloschuk

  • Gary Heald LRPS
    Gary Heald LRPSalmost 5 years ago

    I did my PhD in Physics at Bath Univ, so this has very fond memories. Lovely photo.

  • Bath’s a great place if you love architecture….which I do!

    – Paul Woloschuk

  • Uwe Rothuysen
    Uwe Rothuysenalmost 5 years ago

    Well done!
    We have had a very nice Garden Apartment near the Royal Crescent Hotel in the middle of the building in the last year.
    You can get it by ‘Rural Retreats’.
    A very good place for visiting Bath.

  • Thank you Uwe.
    I hope that you had a great time visiting this beautiful city.

    – Paul Woloschuk

  • Kieron Nolan
    Kieron Nolanalmost 5 years ago

    Nice one Paul…what’s Photoshop like for stitching?

  • Thanks Kieron. I’ve not had any experience of using other utilities, but I’ve found that PS is ok. I was very lucky to get this shot as I didn’t have a tripod with me, so it was hand-held!
    I’ve since bought a gadget called Panosaurus which gives a better-controlled pan than simply spinning the camera on a tripod, but have yet to try it out.

    – Paul Woloschuk

  • CraigsMom
    CraigsMomalmost 5 years ago

    When viewed large, the detail is wonderful. Please add this one to Historic Places!

  • Thank you for your kind comment Mary Ann. The original full-sized image has even greater detail as it was created from three images into a panorama of 1.59 metres in length!

    – Paul Woloschuk

  • Michael McCasland
    Michael McCaslandover 3 years ago

    great info and perspective.

  • Thank you very much Michael.

    – Paul Woloschuk

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeover 3 years ago

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