CattyCat suggested a photo challenge that I thought might be fun. The idea is to find a spot, don't move from it except to turn in a circle and from that one point take pictures of what you see. It is suggested that you take at least 50 photos.
I found myself on Saturday morning at the Village Baking Company for my usual morning coffee, journaling, and reading. It was a beautiful morning, not at all hot yet, so I sat outside. I sat at a table that had me right up against the outside wall of the bakery. It occurred to me that I couldn't do a 360 set of pictures but there was no reason why I could not do a 180. So, for the next hour on and off as I sipped coffee, journaled and read, I also took a series of about 60 photos.
The further idea was to display the picture in such a way that one picture would contain several, sort of like a mosaic. Well, I haven't been able to figure out how to do that yet but my zoombrowser program has a photostitching option that worked nicely. The following four panoramic photos are actually a series of pictures stitched together. I thought the results were really interesting. I have several more photos to still stitch together but this is a start.
Give it a try. This is really fun and you see the world in an entirely different way. Oh, and be sure to click on CattyCat's link to let her know when you have completed the challenge. She's keeping a record at her site so that we can see what others are doing.