I really enjoy shooting panoramic photographs – there’s no better way to capture the scope and scale of a scene. Normally this involves a tripod, leveling and pano heads, and a lot of fiddling – none of which can you do while on tour at the top of an ancient Abbey in Bath, UK. This is a handheld pano, shot quickly while walking across the roof, hoping the rain would hold off just a bit more. You can see the Roman baths to the right, and the courtyard out front. Bath’s a great place to just go and relax for a week…just leave the tripod in the hotel room!