This is one of my very first big panoramas, shot about 2-3 years ago, and re-edited, as my skills have improved since the actual shots.
It's a panorama, composed of 36 single images (in portrait orientation), stitched in two rows of 18 images each, covering roughly 180 degrees.
For those interested in specs, the work-file in Photoshop is over 12 GB large, the final jpg is just short of 117 MB, a bit more than 197 Megapixel.
This amount of detail means, in the original, viewed in full resolution, you can count the sand grains in the cracks between these, rocks 15 meters away.
Canon EOS 6D M1
Sigma 24 mm F1.4 ART
1 second shutter-speed per picture, and a cheap ND filter
The clouds were virtually static, so I didn't have to rush to complete the set. It looks like a storm front coming in, but it was actually rather calm that evening.
Of course this one is also for sale, please contact me if you're interested in a print.