Following prompting by SiradLah [link]
I have put together 3 examples of panoramas generated through the software Bryce. The procedure is explained in a tutorial found here [link]
and is originally from the work of David Brinnen and Hans-Rudolf Wernli.
As the software generates 360 degree panoramas, but presents them in linear images, I have processed them, via the Gimp, to produce polar co-ordinate transforms and then elongated them to give a map-like projections. I have kept to similar palettes throughout, but varied many other parameters in the Bryce processing. Those who carry out this type of processing will already know that rendering times are fairly long, typically about 1 hour.