Archive for the ‘Great Panoramas’ Category

360° panorama by Michał Nyklewicz.
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The Milky Way rising silently over a a meadow near Ostrów Wielkopolski. Light pollution from the city can be seen on the west, familiar constellations shine on the (almost) clear sky.
360° panorama by Andrea Biffi.
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360° panorama by Four Sides Media.
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360° panorama by John Wood.
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Ross Ward took over forty years to construct the Tinkertown Museum in Sandia Park, New Mexico. It is one of the state's most renowned folk art environments, comprising 22 rooms exhibiting western memorabilia, circus art and eccentric collections.
360° panorama by Marcio Cabral.
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This is my favorite sphere to date, the image of Fitz Roy Mount at moon rising.I planned to do this sphere for months and I calculated the best moon phase for do this.This Is one of the hardest tracks in  Argentine Patagonia.It has 12 km of extension and a vertical climb of 750 meters lasting 6 hours of trekking.I was subjected to temperatures of -18°C and winds up to 70 km/h!The Milky Way is located in zenith and made ​​a connection with the moon and the Fitz Roy Mount.I arrived a little late because of the large amount of snow so I could not pick a better place without footprints, necessary to improve the nadir, so the result is 90% of what I planned.The next morning I found the perfect place with no footprints, but the absence of clouds did not leave the magical light as I would like.www.360cities.net/image/laguna-de-los-tres-at-sunriseThis is the most beautiful view I've ever seen and I'll never forget this moment.
360° panorama by Sam Rohn.
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National September Eleven Memorial and One World Trade Center, New York City, June 19, 2014360° Panorama © Sam Rohnhttp://www.samrohn.com
360° panorama by Michael Maniezzo.
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A 360 inside church of the spilled blood in St Petersburg, Russia with all the beautiful mosaics 7500 square metres of mosaics.  During the Siege of Lennengrad this church was used as a morgue.  Following the war it was also used as a vegetable warehouse.This church goes by a number of names:Saviour on the Spilled BloodChurch of the Savior on the Spilled Blood Catherdral of the Resurection of Christ
360° panorama by Daniel Christaldi.
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360° panorama by benjamin-suzanne.
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360° panorama by njohn.
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Dragon Boat Workshop Tai O 大澳龍舟作坊