Editors’ picks of the week

Hi all! Want to see some panoramic beauty, right? Well, then you’re at the right place. Last week our community protographers uploaded some real gems, so let’s check them out.


Mayor square of Salamanca by Jose Ignacio Teran (click the picture to open the pano)

This week we start in Salamanca, Spain, on its Plaza Mayor. It looks spectacular – especially at night, which gives the buildings all around a truly special look. With its lovely architecture, cafeterias all over the place, this square is definitely a place to visit.


On the iceberg at Jökulsárlón at sun down by Gerald BLONDY (click the picture to open the pano)

When you’re a panoramic photographer, you need to push your limits to make your best pano. That’s what Gerald did here – he climbed an iceberg, battled its slippery surface and the cold surrounding everything. But was all just worth it. Have a look!


Milky Way over Boulder Beach by Aaron Priest (click the picture to open the pano)

Icebergs really are a nature’s miracle, aren’t they? And what about this! The Milky way is amazing, especially when it’s captured on a pano. The cool thing about this one is that Aaron added a detailed description explaining the whole process of making a quality pano. In case you’re new here, check it out.


Greek Church in Cemil by Heiner Straesser – derPanoramafotograf.com (click the picture to open the pano)

Külliye Hamam by NT360 Sanal Tur (click the picture to open the pano)

For the last two panos of the week, we’re moving to Turkey to see two absolutely different pieces of architecture. On the first one you see a church, which is actually not that old, but the time certainly affected it, and a Turkish bath on the second one, brand new and truly a piece of art.

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