This was the view from Pollina, a mountain town in the province of Palermo in Sicily. You're looking towards the touristy beach town of Cefalù.
In this case, I needed to demonstrate to a potential client that with manual retouching, I could fix his multiple exposures though he hadn't used a tripod. So, I took 3 handheld shots using different exposures and in Photoshop stitched everything together manually and masked away. Thanks to the Panasonic LX-100, manual mode is easy to use without having to look at the camera.
Apparently his usual software couldn't line his images up correctly, and thus...he thought he would have to reshoot.
The moral of the story is, with a little bit of patience...you can save a whole lot of money! Oh, and don't panic if you don't have your tripod!!