We’re back with the most wonderful gems our community photographers uploaded last week. Check out our Editors‘ picks of the week!

 

The stone steps along the cliff by Dxinwei (click on the picture to open the pano)

This week we start in the Hubei Province in China on these crazy steps. This is definitely not a place for someone who’s afraid of heights – and you certainly don’t want to be there when it’s windy!

 

Bruce Bay Milky Way by Mike Mackinven (click on the picture to open the pano)

This was probably our number one last week – a stunning pano by Mike Mackiven from the Bruce Bay in New Zealand has it all – beach fire, waves and the Milky way above. Simply brilliant.

 

The Harbour City, A quiet little corner by Gil Abadines (click on the picture to open the pano)

We’re not going to move very far right now, as we’re going to have a look at the most popular places of Sydney, Australia. However, this time without tourists, Gil Abadines managed to found a quiet place on the other side of the bay. Have a look yourself!

 

Roman theatre4. cartagena. spain by luis davilla (click on the picture to open the pano)

Luis Davilla is one of our top community photographers and he proved it again this time with his lovely pano of the Roman theatre in Cartagena, Spain. If you want to see more, check out another Luis‘ pano from below – click here.

 

Eldorado Glacier by pix (click on the picture to open the pano)

Last featured Editors‘ pick was taken in Washington, US. Check out how cool the Eldorado Glacier is, but make sure you don’t miss the wonderful view from there – just turn around and have a look!

 

Want more? Then have a look at a couple of other panos that got our attention last week:

Laleli Mosque-(Laleli Camii) by ErcanKapkac (click on the picture to open the pano)

Park Dubki. Storm by Alex Panfiloff (click on the picture to open the pano)

Hall of Seven Hundred by Marcio Cabral (click on the picture to open the pano)

Вид с башни by Anton Fadeev (click on the picture to open the pano)

 

See you next week!