Every time I go to take a photo of the city — not just a building, but the city — I come away disappointed. It just doesn't fit in the frame.
But I may be on to something. Here's a panoramic shot of the Plaza de Mayo, with the cathedral on the left and the Casa Rosada straight ahead.
I employed some quick-and-dirty Photoshop nerdery to stitch together four snapshots. The preview image at the top of the post doesn't do the idea much justice, so — as with all the photos on this blog — you can click on it to get a larger version.
There's an even larger version, with perspective added, here.
It's not perfect, but I'm looking forward to doing a few more of these.