Hi guys! It was a tremendous week – at least for our community photographers, who uploaded some real gems to 360Cities. Let’s have a look at the most wonderful pieces we saw last week.
Chapada dos Veadeiros – Favorito Grass by Marcio Cabral (click the picture to open the pano)
Marcio Cabral is one of the top photographers in our community, and he proved it with this pano from Brazil. We absolutely love the way Marcio combined the Milky way on a starry sky, together with the colourful grass all around. Perfect job!
Atlantic Princess Wreck by Marcio Cabral (click the picture to open the pano)
Two panos in one weekly summary? That’s what we call a perfect week for Marcio Cabral. This time, he dove deep into the Carribean to find the wreck of the Atlantic Princess, a ship used mostly for touristic cruises – not anymore, obviously. Right now, it serves mostly as a great place for scuba divers. Or scuba panoramic photographers…?
Night view of Sunken Garden in Sunpu-jo Castle park by bibouroku tabito (click the picture to open the pano)
Time to move to Japan, thanks to this wonderful piece by Bibouroku Tabito. This is the Sunken garden of Sunpu castle in Shizuoka. As well as Marcio Cabral, the night served well for the purpose of taking this picture, so the colourful flowers all around can really stand out. Beautiful!
Pender Harbour, Sunshine Coast, BC, Canada by Jorgen Bjerke (click the picture to open the pano)
You can be sure you’ll find at least one aerial pano in our summary every week. This time it’s Joergen Bjerke’s panoramic picture of the Pender harbour in BC, Canada. What we like about this one, is that it’s REALLY high – and it gives you an image of how beautiful the nature over there really is. Time for a visit, maybe?
Pozzo di San Patrizio (St. Patrick well) by Marco Gioia (click the picture to open the pano)
This one is simply awesome. Marco stood almost at the very bottom of this ancient well to give you an idea of how deep it really is – just open the pano and have a look around, especially above you. Another cool this is that it was built almost five centuries ago, and it still looks perfect. Just like Marco’s pano.
Roberto verino spanish designer1 in MBFWMadrid 2015 by luis davilla (click the picture to open the pano)
Alsterfontane Hamburg by Flavio Di Mattia (click the picture to open the pano)
Snow covered Japanese ceder woods by kiyoharu takamura (click the picture to open the pano)
That’s it for this week! Make sure you check back next time and be sure you’ll find some more panoramic beauty again! See you!