Hey guys! We’re back with our summary of the coolest panos uploaded to 360Cities. Sorry you didn’t hear from us last week, we were quite busy with our cooperation with Getty, but that does not mean there was nothing to see here!
Let’s have look at the most wonderful panoramas our community photographers made in the last TWO weeks!
Namsan Tower N Seoul Tower Seoul South Korea by Martijn Baudoin (click the picture to open the pano)
We start in Seoul, with a magnificent shot of South Korea’s capital by Martijn Baudoin, who took this pano from one of the highest places in the city, from the top of the Namsan Tower. Have a look around, discover different parts of the city, as well as beautiful surroundings. Great work!
Gyeongbokgung Palace Seoul South Korea V by Martijn Baudoin (click the picture to open the pano)
Martijn Baudoin was on fire! On another pano from Seoul, we see the Gyengbokgung palace with its magnificent architecture and a lovely pool. Make sure you check out another Martijn’s pano from the palace here.
Almost Winter by Jürgen Schrader (click the picture to open the pano)
It’s been getting really cold over here in Europe and Jürgen Schrader’s pano from Bavaria, Germany, definitely proves it. The land slowly dresses to white and it looks like a fairytale all around!
Cygnus Cargo Module by Jason Perrone (click the picture to open the pano)
This is what panos are great for – they take you to places that you could never visit in your life. Like this one by Jason Perrone from the Payload Hazardous Servicing facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Merritt Island, Florida. The silver cylinder you can see there, is the cargo module of the Cygnus spaceship – have a look at it!
Murray Star Maze, Scone Palace, Scotland by Daniel Oi (click the picture to open the pano)
This is the Murray Star maze at Scone Palace in Scotland. The view from the bridge overlooking the maze gives you the image of how big it really is. How tough is it to find a way out?
Wait, we’re not done yet!
Philippe Bleau made a panoramic photo of a restaurant in Chile, completely made from recycled materials, Lorenzo Rossato made a pano of an amazing cave in Italy, and Ali Haider took a pano of the Naulakha Pavilion in Pakistan.
Check them all out – and see you next week (really, we promise)!