Modern digital photography allows for images that are hard to display as the conventional framed photo.

Panoramas require the camera to move to capture a larger space than the lens can capture without motion. These need to be displayed in a very large format.

Composites are digital splicings of several photos aligning the common elements to create larger images than would be feasible in one photo. These also tend to need a large display.

Triptychs are a display of three individual photos give a larger sense of space, or that allow for a story to unfold – the twirling motion of a dancing monk, for example.

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I am intrigued with these possibilities. You are likely to see this gallery evolve.