Editors’ picks of the week – Nature and tradition

Hi guys! We’re back with the coolest panos uploaded to 360Cities last week – and like every time, there’s lot to look forward to!


Milkyway And Moon Hidden by Salma ElDardiry (click on the picture to open the pano)

As you know, we LOVE night panos, especially when the Milky Way is included. Salma’s pano fits perfectly into that category, especially when it doesn’t lack quality! Perfect pano!


Traditional Weavers by Martin Broomfield (click on the pictures to open the pano)

Martin visited Cote d’Ivoire to visit traditional weavers there. He visited two of them in a small town of Lolobo and saw all the wonderful stuff they make. Have a look!


Ruins of Edomite Village by Sergej Esnault (click on the picture to open the pano)

When you’re a tourist, it’s always awesome to find a spot which is both wonderful and not crowded. The ruins of Edomite Village are exactly the place. Certainly a place you will not forget, just look at the color of the rock formations!


Dolomiti Gruppo Del Sella by Ugo Visciani (click on the picture to open the pano)

The Alpes are one of the best places for taking some nice panos, especially when the weather is just right. The view Ugo captured is amazing, while the setting sun gives the scenery a lovely and unusual look. Brilliant pano.

Hey, if you love procrastinating just as much as we do, we get it. Just keep scrolling, there’s more for you.


Plants and Seedlings market day by Martins Strubergs (click on the picture to open the pano)

Great East Window by Daniel Oi (click on the picture to open the pano)

The Basilica of Our Lady of Peace by Martin Broomfield (click on the picture to open the pano)

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