I think that this memorial stood over the original grave-site of Elvis and his mother at Forest Hill cemetery. Their remains were moved to the Meditation Garden at Graceland after a failed attempt by grave-robbers to disinter the King.
Four-frame stitched photo of the Jungle Room at the back of the Graceland Mansion. This room has to be seen to be believed. I know that when I’m putting green shag carpet in a room I put it on the ceiling as well as the floor. Also, check out the built-in exposed-brick water feature at the left-hand end of the frame. The photo (with difficult lighting) doesn’t quite do justice to the wooden-animal arms on the leather sofa and armchair.
The TV Room in the basement of the Graceland mansion. Why have one TV when you can have three?
Six photos stitched together: I shot the series partly to see how my panorama software would cope with the mirrored ceiling. It coped rather well, as it turned out.
Inside the cathedral of King St Louis which is the centrepiece of the French Quarter in New Orleans. This photo is built from 33 photos stitched together and manipulated to look as if it had been shot with a fisheye lens.
This statue of Andrew Jackson is prominent opposite St Louis’ Cathedral in New Orleans. Before becoming president of the United States, Jackson had led the Unionists in New Orleans in the American Civil War.
A good old-fashioned business (Ed Smith’s Stencil Works), with a good old-fashioned hand-painted sign whose landlord is selling the building—perhaps as a result of the recession which was particularly affecting the southern states when I visited them. The business itself seems still to be operating, as its website attests.