The panotube is a new concept in panoramic photography.

Each print is individually produced using the highest quality materials, wrapped in tissue paper and packed inside a sturdy tube for ease of transportation or postage.

Panotubes make ideal gifts to send to friends abroad or for you to take home using minimum

luggage  space.

The prints are un-mounted and packed in a stout cardboard tube so they can be easily carried, leaving choice of mount and frame to the purchaser, they are suitable for block or board mounting as well as framing.

Ynys Llanddwyn

© 2015 Panowales/John MacLeod Photography

Snowdon from Rhyd-Ddu

Looking towards Snowdon and Yr Aran from the east of Rhyd-Ddu

Caernarfon Castle


Carenarfon Castle from the esat side of the Afon Seiont

Panoramic prints are available

in two heights, 100mm and 210mm.

330mm prints are available to

special order.

To work out a prints length, divide the height  in mm of the screen image by its length, that will give you the length in mm for a 100mm print.

Multiply the length by 2.1 for a 210mm print

Panorama search facility

Welcome to the Panowales website.

Within this website, you will find panoramic images of north Wales.

The panoramas show many aspects of north Wales, from mountain vistas, sweeping landscapes,

coastal views and castles as well as some industrial scenes of the once great slate industry.

For any sales enquiries, please use the contact button above.



Panowales panoramic prints

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Use this to check availability of panoramas in the catalogue.

North East Wales Page 1 Click on either side of map to go to first gallery page

Panotube panoramic landscape prints

Panoramic prints of the castles, coast, landscape and mountains of north Wales

Panoramic images of  north Wales

Panowales Panoramic Prints

For ease of categorising the

Panoramas, I have divided

north Wales into two sectors,

east and west.

The division runs roughly from

Conwy in the north, through

Bala down to Llangurig in Powys

in the south.

The furthest south the panoramas

illustrate so far is Aberystwyth

in the west and Montgomery in

the east.

Please use the navigation bar

above to browse the image

Catalogue.

The pilot cottages, Ynys Llanddwyn with Yr Eifl in the background North West Wales Page 1