Hi guys! We’re back with the best panos of the week! With the second edition of our blog post, we bring you the top panos our community photographers uploaded last week.
‘Taba – Nuweiba Road Milkway Panorama’ by Mohamed Attef (click the picture to open the pano)
This week we’re starting by Mohamed Attef’s magnificent night pano – the Milky way looks unbelieveable from the Nuweiba road in Egypt. The pano itself is wonderful, though – just look at the colours of the night sky: Red, yellow, blue, green, pink, purple and many others. You don’t get to see that very often! Great job, Mohamed!
‘Spirocones’ by Marcio Cabral (click the picture to open the pano)
Marcio’s pano is as colourful as Mohamed’s one, even though it was taken on a place, which is usually dark and scary. This pano, however, is far from that. The place is called Sao Mateus, and it is one of the largest cave complexes in Brasil. Would you like to take a walk in the water, just like the guys on the picture?
‘Salzmünde – Tempel’ by Ballgott 360° (click the picture to open the pano)
This pano gives us chills! You can find this strange temple in Germany – in the middle of a forest, all covered with moss and leaves. Are those tombsones on the ground? What is this place? How scary would it be to be there at night?
‚Munich Rathaus‘ by Flavio Di Mattia (click the picture to open the pano)
We’re still in Germany, but we moved to one of its largest cities. If you ever get to visit Munich make sure you visit the Marienplatz and the Town hall, it’s worth it. If you’re not a hardcore fan of architecture, you might appreciate a number of beer gardens in the area:) In the meantime, check out Flavio’s pano to get the idea of what it looks like over there – and maybe choose your beer garden for your visit.
‚Sterne über Burg Liechtenstein‘ by Matthias Kunze (click the picture to open the pano)
Not really far from Munich is the place where Matthias took this pano – and this is wher it gets scary again (it will not be this creepy next time, we promise). The Liechtenstein castle looms majestically on the pano, even though – as Matthias points out in the description – it is not the original one, built in the 12th century. Even though – cool pano!
‘The Lobby of Lanyang Museum, Yilan’ by ZZ (click the picture to open the pano)
Usually you go to museums to see the exhibitions inside. But sometimes, the museum itself is a piece of art – such as this one. This is Lanyang Museum in Toucheng, Taiwan. It looks awesome from outside, but it gets even better when you step inside the lobby. Feeling dizzy?
Time to wrap up –that’s all for this week! Make sure you check our blog again next Monday for more panoramic beauty, made by the 360Cities photographers. See you soon!