Editors’ picks #31

Usually we give you the coolest panoramic photos uploaded to 360Cities recently on Monday – this time we’re one day late, but that does not mean the panoramas are less amazing!


Cénac-et-Saint-Julien by dieter kik

Cénac-et-Saint-Julien is a romantic commune in the Dorgogne department of France. If you either prefer active holidays with canoes, or hiking and tourism in this lovely historical area, this place will make you fall in love with it. Just have a look at this bridge over the river Céou!


Upper Kachura Lake by Amer Raja

This is one of the two lakes in northern Pakistan, more specifically in the Skardu District of Gilgit-Baltistan. Its crystal clear waters have not attracted a number of tourists yet, even though the surrounding nature is almost untouched.


Potash Evaporation Pond by John Wood

Another lake here! However, this is more of a pond, which has an industrial function – it creates potassium and salts, which remain on the ground once the water of the lake has evaporated. Then they are gathered and further used.


The View From Sacré-Coeur by Thomas K Sharpless

This is something different, though. What do you imagine when you hear Paris, France? The Eiffel tower? The Arch de Triomphe, maybe? Well, Sacré-Coeur looming over Montmartre should be the place to go to as well – just look at that breathtaking view over one of the most beautiful cities in the world!


Swing at Whiritoa Beach by Christian Kleiman

If you prefer warm weather and chill on the beach, you will appreciate this panoramic photo. Is there a better place to chill? On the swing, maybe with a book or a nice drink in your hand? We don’t think so.


More panoramic photos below!


Stajnoe lake by r0m



Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge at Night by Norm Olson



Aerial View of Exciting Lake Mohicap by Mary Elaine Arrieta



Library of Congress in Washington by Tobias Baumann

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