Archive for the ‘Great Panoramas’ Category

360° panorama by Jeffrey Martin.
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360° panorama by AYRTON.
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360° panorama by Dirk Wandel.
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360° panorama by Marco Maier.
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360° panorama by Ilya Yakunin.
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360° panorama by Fritz Hanke.
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We spent a week in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark.Here I found a colourful backyard at the Studiestraede road in the old town of Copenhagen, the so called city center.See also Copenhagen city centre
360° panorama by Bill Edwards.
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Welcome to the floor of the SR 99 tunnel launch pit. This photo gives you a sense of just how big this tunnel project is. Those concrete walls on either side of the tunnel launch pit are made up of interlocking concrete piles, 80 feet tall, that hold back the ground and water. See the worker looking up? Scroll toward the sky to see construction material being lowered into the pit. From this location, you can also see the walls of what will become one of the two tunnel operations buildings that will monitor everything from traffic to air quality inside the new tunnel.This 360-degree photo is part of a virtual tour of the SR 99 Tunnel Project in Seattle. Learn more about the Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Program at www.alaskanwayviaduct.org or follow Bertha, the SR 99 tunneling machine, on Twitter @BerthaDigsSR99.
360° panorama by Bill Edwards.
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This extraordinary view shows you where Bertha, the SR 99 tunneling machine, installs the curved concrete segments that form the walls of the tunnel. You can see the silver hydraulic jacks that retract to allow space for each segment. Directly overhead is Bertha’s red segment erector, which uses vacuum power to lift each segment and rotate it into place. Once a segment is in place, the jacks secure it. When all 10 segments have been placed together to form a ring, the jacks push forward six-and-a-half feet and start the process all over again. To the south, beyond Bertha’s 326 feet of trailing gear, is the light at the southern end of the tunnel.This 360-degree photo is part of a virtual tour of the SR 99 Tunnel Project in Seattle. Learn more about the Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Program at www.alaskanwayviaduct.org or follow Bertha, the SR 99 tunneling machine, on Twitter @BerthaDigsSR99.
360° panorama by Sam Rohn.
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Manhattan Rooftop Panorama, Midtown East360° Panorama © Sam Rohn http://www.samrohn.com
360° panorama by zeljko soletic.
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