Archive for November, 2012

Yes, that’s true! The Mars Rover and Higgs Boson are two of the forty candidates that may be awarded with the “Person of The Year” prize by TIME Magazine.

We have nice panoramas from The Mars Rover, you can see them below. But, does anyone have a Higgs Boson panorama?

 

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The Mars Rover - Panorama by Rubens Cardia

 

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The Mars Rover - Panorama by Tomasz Makarewicz

 

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The Mars Rover - Panorama by Andrew Bodrov

 

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The Mars Rober - Panorama by Clay Morehead

360° panorama by Robert Bilsland.
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This yearly show of colour is truly something to be seen, but you have to be quick as it doesn't last long. It's a display of colour that I'd been trying to catch for a few years but each time before getting there a week or so too late.Queenswood Country Park is an amazing place to visit, a managed arboretum with an area dedicated to nothing but Japanese Maples or Acers as they are also known and the autumn colours are outstanding. Just so many shades from greens through reds, oranges, pinks and yellows and all bright and vivid.
360° panorama by E.A. Winston.
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360° panorama by Jacques Rochet.
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360° panorama by Tsuyoshi Shimoyama.
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新しくなった東京駅の前にて撮影しました。工事中だった駅前広場も、ほとんどの工事が終了していて、広々した雰囲気になっています。リニューアル直後であったり、フォトコンテストが近日中にあるせいか、駅を撮影している人が、時間を問わず、かなり沢山います。 
360° panorama by Hitoshi Oikawa.
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360° panorama by Marcio Cabral.
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360° panorama by Willy Kaemena.
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Berlin Hi-Flyer  "So einzigartig wie Berlin selbst ist auch der Berlin Hi-Flyer. Der "WELT-Ballon" ist einer der größten Heliumballone der Welt. Er ist längst so etwas wie ein zweites Wahrzeichen Berlins geworden und wird jeden Tag von zahlreichen Besuchern genutzt.Völlig geräuschlos steigen Sie in einer Gondel auf eine Höhe von 150 Metern - natürlich gesichert durch ein extrem belastbares Stahlseil. In dieser Höhe schweben Sie über Berlin und haben in jeder Himmelsrichtung eine unschlagbare Aussicht."
360° panorama by Willy Kaemena.
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Wikipedia: "The Gendarmenmarkt is a square in Berlin, and the site of the Konzerthaus and the French and German Cathedrals. The centre of the Gendarmenmarkt is crowned by a statue of Germany's poet Friedrich Schiller. The square was created by Johann Arnold Nering at the end of the seventeenth century as the Linden-Markt and reconstructed by Georg Christian Unger in 1773. The Gendarmenmarkt is named after the cuirassier regiment Gens d'Armes, which was deployed at this square until 1773.German Cathedral and Concert HallDuring World War II, most of the buildings were badly damaged or destroyed. Today all the buildings are restored to their former state."

Are you enjoying the autumn? We can fall in love with the colorful leaves, with the nice sun light, with the mystic atmosphere…

It’s time for you to send your favorite autumn pics to blog@360cities.net. The post will be published on December 5th.

 

Cheers!

Elena, Community Manager