Hi everyone! It’s Monday, which means we have another amazing virtual trip over the planet ready for you! Here are some cool panoramic photos uploaded recently!

 

Blue ice hummocks, Old rusty ship and Cracks in the blue ice by Zakirov Aleksey (click the pictures to open the panos)

We have already featured these panos on our 360Cities Facebook page, but why not remind ourselves how cool they are. Literally. They were taken at the frozen lake Baikal, and we can actually feel pretty cold having a look around.

 

Native American (Indians of 1916) moving again by Timothy Oldfield (click the picture to open the pano)

This pano is really special, as you won’t stumble upon anything like this on 360Cities easily. Even though Timothy states, he was just testing the idea of this pano, it’s really amazing – and so original! So have a look and don’t forget to read more in the description.

 

Boats on the shore of lake Kevätön by Janne (click the picture to open the pano)

Is it a sunrise or a sunser? It doesn’t really matter, this panoramic photo has a special magic anyway. The light, boats on the shore, covered with leaves, this pano has a great atmosphere!

 

Aiguille d’Etretat by Sergej Esnault (click the picture to open the pano)

What a lovely view! You’ll find it in the Normandy, northern part of France. These cliffs are a popular tourist destination, and you’ll see exactly why, once you open the pano. It’s wonderful!

 

Don’t go anywhere, we’ve got more for you!

Budapest360 Opera by Bence Bankuty (click the picture to open the pano)

Ripening Chamber of the Butcher by Carsten T. Rees (click the picture to open the pano)

Impressive view of the Acropolis of Athens and Going up to Acropolis through the Propylaea by Marios Leftheriotis (click the pictures to open the panos)

Evcil Hayvan Parki Ankara and Goksu Ankara Buyuksehir Belediyesi by ANKARA (click the pictures to open the panos)

Maderno’s Fountain in St Peter Vatican by Flavio Di Mattia (click the picture to open the pano)

Traditional courtyard Corte del Calderer by Sergej Esnault (click the picture to open the pano)