While in Atlanta for ImagingUSA 2013, I walked through Centennial Olympic Park on the walk from my hotel to Georgia World Congress Center where the majority of the convention was held. The park is beautiful at night. My favorite feature is the easily the multi-story tall torch statues dispersed throughout the area.
I thought it was too cool looking to not attempt a panorama since I had my camera in bag at my side. I found a nearby trashcan to be a decent makeshift tripod to make the above image possible. The resulting image is my largest HDR image to date consisting of 115 individual exposures that were combined and stitched together. In my short time in the city of Atlanta, I definitely was able to find some of the beauty present and hope to be able to visit again soon.