I did a landscape commission a while back where a client wanted a panoramic photo of Emley Moor Mast, it has since become one of my most popular images so I decided to try and get a version of it in the deep winter snow we have had recently. I used my 70-200 lens and zoomed in to 200mm and did a stitch of about 10 vertical photos to get the image you see below.
I did a talk at a photographic club the day after, this being one of the images I showed. The high resolution version really is quite detailed, you can pretty much see the windows of the church near the mast. It was taken about an hour before sunset, I should have really stayed to get a better version with a lower sun but I had to move to a different place and I thought the location isn’t going anywhere and neither is the snow by the looks of it!