Bright up your day with another set of amazing panoramic photographs recently uploaded by 360Cities community photographers!
Ringedalsvatnet from Preikestolen by Melina Merkle
This time we start our virtual trip in Norway. Remember that famous steep cliff that’s probably the most photographed place in the country? Well, this is the view you get after climbing all the way to the top of it. Wonderful, isn’t it?
Rochers de Naye Skyline by Dong Liu
European mountains are a great source for countless amazing panoramic shots because of the wonderful view you can get pretty much everywhere. This panoramic photo was taken in Switzerland – can you count how many peaks are on it?
Union Beach, New Jersey – After SuperStorm Sandy by Brian Richards
Well, this is not that nice. The superstorm Sandy was the most destructive and the deadliest hurricane in 2012 and its impact was horrific. 233 people were killed, homes of millions were destroyed. This pano is only an example.
Booby Bird by Brian Richards
Back to something more optimistic, right? Just have a look at this booby bird! This little guy enjoys probably the best spot, occupying a comfortable pole, while all his friends have to find their room on the rope. Clever guy!
City of the Dead by Oleg Khot
This is actually quite scary, right? An Alanian necropolis with 99 tombs and crypts, which dates back all the way back to 12th century. Did you know that one of the myths about the place is that any man who dares to walk in will never come out alive? That’s why the locals almost never go there!
More amazing panos below, keep scrolling!
Oriente Station by Pietro Faccioli
Parque das Nações seen from S. Rafael Tower by Pietro Faccioli
Ganesh Pol, Amber Palace by Brian Richards
Neemrana Palace by Brian Richards
Ad-Deir (The Monastery) by Sergej Esnault