Editors’ picks – From Namibia to Malaysia

It’s Monday again, which means we have another set of wonderful panoramic photos ready for you. So make sure you’re sitting comfortably, grab your mouse and start scrolling, we’re sure you’ll have a great time!


Dayang Bunting Lake by Julien Mordret (click the picture to open the pano)

Let’s start in Malaysia this time. Just have a look at this path floating on the surface of the Dayang Bunting Lake on a wonderful sunny day. Sometimes panoramic photos make you want to be there right now – to have a nice stroll, or maybe jump in and swim in the lake for a while?


Segmento Del Mictlantecuhtli by Luis Erantzcani (click the picture to open the pano)

Now this one is creepy. Seems like some kind of a Mexican tradition (maybe Luis can help us out in the comments?), but you can be sure you don’t want to meet any of these guys in a dark alley in the middle of the night!


Dead Tree in Deadvlei and Sunset at Quivertree Forest by Martin Hertel (click the pictures to open the panos)

Two panoramic photos, two magnificent views on Namibian nature. In case you want to know more about these two places, make sure to check out the description of the panos, as Martin provided us with some interesting details!


Castle Boskovice Sunset by Daniel Truhlar (click the picture to open the pano)

How about this view! The Boskovice Castle in the Czech Republic gives you an amazing opportunity to look down the valley covered with woods, and as the sunset casts some wonderful light on the whole scenery, this pano is really special!


Andreevskaya church and Podol by Maxim Ritus (click the picture to open the pano)

And for the last, but not least pano we have to travel to Kyiv, Ukraine. Thanks to this aerial shot, you’ll see what the city really looks like and you can enjoy the lovely view on the Andreevskaya church up the hill.


Keep scrolling, there’s more panoramic beauty below!

Callejón del embudo by Juan Carlos Manjarrés Soto (click the picture to open the pano)

Hof Signs of Fame panorama by M. Hundrieser (click the picture to open the pano)

Kilise Camii cave church in the Valley of Erdemli by Heiner Straesser (click the picture to open the pano)

Morning Glory Arch Two by John Wood (click the picture to open the pano)

Firenze Palazzo Vecchio by Andrea Biffi (click the picture to open the pano)

2 thoughts on “Editors’ picks – From Namibia to Malaysia

  1. Hey 360cities! Yes, that image is from the first parade of the “Day of the dead”, a very strong tradition in all Mexico. This group represented the “Mictlantecuhtli”, the god of the dead and the king of Mictlan, the lowest section of the underworld in the Aztec mythology. Creepy picture but very nice people in this shoot, all of them were very pleased to be in the shoot.


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