Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park 360-degree Photos
On Friday, November 29th, I visited the Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park in Tallahassee, Florida, for the first time. I captured a few 360-degree panoramic images during the short visit to the beautiful park. During the visit, I had enjoyed the views of Hall lake, the secret garden, the reflection pool, and a few of the trails. This being such a large and beautiful park, we only saw a fraction of the scenery, yet I still had a great time enjoying the park and taking some photos.
If you would like to learn more about how I create these 360-degree interactive images, please leave a note in the comments section below.
Check out the interactive virtual tour I put together below with eight 50-megapixel 360-degree panoramic photos captured from the trip to the state park.
- Canon 6d MkII
- Canon 8-15mm Fisheye
- NN R1
- Manfrotto 055xprob tripod with custom 360 turret
- Autopano Giga
About the State Park
Located in Tallahassee, Florida, the park is 1,176 acres and a historical site. The gardens are part of the U.S. historic district known as the Killearn Plantation Archeological and Historic District, and the park is also on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1923, the Maclay’s started to plant the ornamental gardens after they purchased the property for their winter home.
Learn more about the park on the official website.