I have previously submitted a panorama from this night (i shot as many as i could with such fantastic light) but i chose the wrong set of images.
This was the first set while there was still the slightest amount of light on the foreground providing superb contrast.
So here is the re-edit, as an English landscape photographer the weather provides plenty of opportunity to go over old files.
Shot in April 2008 looking across to what i feel is an archetypal dartmoor panorama, high tor topped hills and rugged countryside.
The tor on the left is the moor's climbing frame haytor, everybody comes to clamber over it in some way as its so accessible and is a fantastic vantage point looking off the moor towards the coast. On the far right is hound tor inspiration for doyle's Hound of the Baskervilles, rippon Tor is in the middle.
11 vertical shots edited in LR3 stitched in PTGui tweeked in PS.