Wow, absolutely love the treatment here - any chance you could fill us in on the processing (posterised, but what else)? Thanks. I used a great piece of software called Dynamic Photo HDR. I had already stitched 6 jpegs from my TZ3 lumix point and shoot camera, straightened perspective and cropped. In the tone mapping part of the software I chose a setting called human eye (I think). I then adjusted curves quite strongly. Then I added a colour adjusting profile based on a classic painting. (The software has a bunch of these painterly profiles built in). Finally I boosted brightness and gamma a little to brighten it up as the curves had dimmed things. It is still quite dim, but I like the antique oil painting look achieved.