Wakehurst Place is a National Trust property located near Ardingly, West Sussex in the High Weald of southern England, comprising a late 16th century country house and a mainly 20th century garden, managed by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
The images here are shot in infra red but they are also panoramic comprising of a number of separate images stitched together in a programme called Autopano.
This image covers an angle of view of approximately 220 degrees, which is impossible with a normal camera and lens, to take in a single shot. It comprises of around 30 separate photographs stitched together.
Full 360 degree images are quite easily created with Autopano.