— Dave H (@bantamflush) June 4, 2012
(Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland)
A panoramic photograph created by compositing an entire 30-hour shoot at Sunnio in Greece. Photographer Chris Kotsiopoloulos stitched hundreds of separate images together to represent an entire rotation of the earth.
Link to a similar higher res version.
Related: Polar Panoramas.
It’s a little interwebegeddon but…
BBC Panorama’s Declan Lawn manages to track down a troll in Cardiff that goes by the name of Nimrod Severn (real name Darren Burton) and specialises in leaving offensive comments on “RIP” pages on Facebook,
and tries to have a word with him. Everything goes as expected.
AirPano is a site dedicated to high resolution 3D aerial panoramas. Moscow-based photographers Oleg Gaponyuk, Sergey Rumyantsev, and Sergey Semenov shoot aerial panoramas from helicopters, light jets, air balloons and radio-controlled helicopter models. So far they’ve created over 100 fully interactive 360º scrollers. You’ll lose yourself in there.
Above: Moscow City from the Capital’s City Building Complex – the highest tower in Europe.