The Joiner photograph does not need to be a long rectangle. There is just so much of long thin photos that you can take. You can use the technique to create the usual rectangle to produce highly detailed scenes with unique views. This is Rainclouds over wheatfield, Upper Winchendon:

Field in Upper Winchendon

The advantages of the process in this image include the creation of a strong vibrant sky and rich lower landscape. Printing this one a photographic enlarger would have required an awful lot of burning in to produce the contrast and colour strength of the upper and lower halves. By using around 20 separate photos the sky and land have better exposure values and a far greater level of detail. It is larger in terms of detail and size. There is an optical effect again as the angle of vision is extended but it is less easy to perceive here.