Here we are with our weekly round-up of the coolest Editors’ picks our community photographers uploaded last week. Take your time and check these panos out, it’s worth it!


Kananaskis Village, Alberta, Canada by Four Sides Media (click the picture to open the pano)

This week we’re starting with two aerial panos. The first one, made by Four Sides Media, is from Canada – more specifically, Kananaskis Village. Just like it’s written in the description: Snowy peaks and evergreen forests, this is Canada. Nothing to add. Beautiful pano!


Glashuetten – 1 – aerial view by Christoph Hoffmann (click the picture to open the pano)

For the second aerial panoramic picture, we need to move all the way across continents to Europe. Christoph made this pano in Germany, in a little village of Glashuetten. We don’t see snowy peaks this time, but the forests are there, as well as a wonderful sunset. Brilliant!


Milan Cathedral “Duomo di Milano” – On the roof by Евгений Орлов (click the picture to open the pano)

Time for some architecture! The cathedral in Milan is one of the most significant historical monuments in Italy, so if you’re a pano photographer, making a picture there is a must! Here’s a tip for you – open the pano, check out the map (in the top right corner) and look how many panos you can see in the area!


Dead Vlei, Namibia 3 by Martin Broomfield (click the picture to open the pano)

See, when making a pano, you don’t need to rely on historical monuments, colourful sunsets or a stunning nature. A panoramic photo truly is a piece of art. Can you imagine this one, by Martin Broomfield, hanging on the wall of your living room?


S.Antioco island, Porto Sciusciau #3 by Paolo e Mauro Mattiello (click the picture to open the pano)

The weather’s getting a bit colder lately, so let’s have a look at a pano which will make you feel a bit warmer for a while. Paolo and Mauro made this one in Sardinia, it features cliffs with a crystal clear water, boats and – of course – a wonderful weather. Is there anyone who wouldn’t like to be there right now?


Check out other Editors’ picks that are pretty cool as well:

Bell turret in Rostov Veliky by Ivan Savin (click the picture to open the pano)

Courtyards at the Haus Schwarzenberg by Ludwig (click the picture to open the pano)

Pérouges Village Médiéval Rue des Rondes 2927 by kik  (click the picture to open the pano)


That’s it for this week! But be sure that we’ll be back next Monday with more! See you!