A panorama that I stitched from lots of (12+) photos for the inside of my band's album sleeve (see "Album cover rough shot" deviation). It's more than 180 degrees and I used a fence post as a tripod, which gives a nice vanishing point on the fence on the left hand side. It was digitally edited to greyscale except for the range of blues in the sky.
This picture came about simply down to necessity: the manufacture and release of the album was waiting on the artwork and we didn't have anything for the inside. My idea was to have a local landmark (local to Derby, UK, where the band are based) so chose the airport. You'll notice a car parked right in the bottom right. I originally planned to have my car in the shot (my car being the band's tour bus for years previously) but one of my mates wanted to drive instead of me - so his car ended up in it. Due to the rush to get this sorted, I wasn't one to argue. Conveniently managed to catch a plane taking off, even if it looks tiny!
So, in general, slightly flawed in execution but I'm very pleased with the outcome. This is the final image used in the album cover. You won't find me credited on the sleeve for it, but that's through choice!