360° panorama by Jeffrey Martin Aerial 360 Photography.
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360° panorama by Cedric Simon.
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Vieux Québec, this is a really nice place full of history, Place Royale.Shot with ePL-5 + Samyang 7.5 on monopodFrom http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/place-royale/:By bringing a bust of the king to Québec in 1686, Champigny was acquiescing to the request Louis XIV made of his intendants the previous year to create "places royales" in his honour in the various provinces of his kingdom.
360° panorama by Jeffrey Martin Aerial 360 Photography.
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360° panorama by Johan Offermans & Karl Overholt.
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Sunset taken at Nahoon point nature reserve. In the reserve, there is a wooden boardwalk which offers the opportunity for some great walks in the area. The sun is setting above the city of East London and lights Nahoon point's beach beautifully.
360° panorama by ErcanKapkac.
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360° panorama by Boris Dmitriev.
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Ночь из нашей фотоэкспедиции http://nightscape.ru/photos/gallery/nochnye_pejzazhi/nightscape_caucasus_2014/ на Северный Кавказ. Млечный Путь восходит над жемчужинами ущелья - вершинами Уллу-Тау и Чегет-Тау.
360° panorama by Uwe Rudowitz.
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Formerly, until the mid 1980s, Zollverein was one of the world's largest coal mines. Nowadays it is world heritage and visitor center. The former coale washing plant is now home of Ruhr museum.
360° panorama by Mark Fink.
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The irony of Meteora is that in the 9th century, hermit monks came to the area and moved to these lofty peaks for serenity, peacefulness, and seclusion. Over the centuries, the number of monks increased, and more and more elaborate monasteries were built. Now, each day in the high season brings bus loads of tourists to these once secluded places, but a balance seems to have been struck, meeting the desires of both groups.To wander around the spires of Meteora is to be amazed at the uniqueness of these rock formations. They rise out of a valley miles from the nearest mountains, forming a cluster of magnificent cliffs in a relatively small place.If you make the trek to this part of Greece, plan on spending at least three days to do it any justice. Just doing a quick drive-by of the monasteries misses the opportunity to see them at different times of day, and the light here can be truly fantastic. Spend some time in Meteora or Kalambaka, enjoy the great food and hospitality. Wake up to see the sun glowing on one face of the spires, then see it light up the other face while dining out side in the evening. Slow down, relax, enjoy.
360° panorama by Willy Kaemena.
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Bremen New Year  2015
360° panorama by Johan Offermans & Karl Overholt.
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One of the most prominent features in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, is the 137m long concrete Shark Rock Pier between Hobie Beach and Humewood Beach. It is the only pier in Port Elizabeth and provides nice views of the city. It is therefore a very popular destination for visitors of Port Elizabeth. The Boardwalk complex is within very easy walking distance from the pier.