I went to the Japanese Tea Garden a few years ago, and my camera died. Didn’t get any photos. So I was determined to make it there while I was in San Francisco. Camera held up this time, but my Wide Angle lens finally fell apart. Not a big problem for most shots. But I really wanted to get a shot of the Pagoda with the waterfalls below it. What to do? I took an HDR pano. This one was a double vertical pano (top to bottom left, top to bottom right.) 8 slices, 24 photos. I got it all in, but there is some major slant in the pagoda. Guess that will motivate me to buy a new Wide Angle lens.
This is how much I could take in at 17mm:
And this is the pano: