Panorama photos refer to images that are either very wide or very tall. Panos are an effective way to capture subjects that do not fit well into a normal photo aspect ratio such as landscapes and towers. Even the widest angle lenses can’t capture 270 or even 360 degree photos!
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Every year Viator travelers – people like you – sumbit thousands of photographs from their trips to share their joy as they got out to see the world. At the end of each year, we choose a few of our favorites and then let you decide which photos should be highlighted in our “best of” list. Viator’s Facebook community voted for their picks, and we can now bring you the 10 Best Travel Photos of 2012, as chosen by you, Viator travelers.
This year we narrowed it down to 20 of our favorite travel photos, and now we need YOU to choose the Top Photo of the Year.
Created by an act of Congress in 1872 “for the benefit and enjoyment of the people” (as the welcoming Roosevelt Arch proudly proclaims), the preservation of Yellowstone National Park’s 3,468 square miles of rugged wilderness is widely considered the world’s first government-mandated effort in environmental conservation.
In a city as rich in monuments and history as Moscow, you may be surprised to find you have to head underground for what is arguably the best attraction of all. The metropolitan public transport system of the Russian capital is one of the busiest in the world, carrying nine million weary commuters between home and work every day. But while doing so, the Moscow metro provides an experience worthy of a Tsar, along with some interesting history lessons told from the viewpoint of a proud empire. Sculptures, frescoes and intricate mosaics might be standard in this vast metro network, but rest assured you will be amazed over and over again as you travel from one spectacular station to the next.
Bali is simply bursting with character and as any of the millions of tourists who have visited and fallen in love with the Indonesian island will tell you, the Balinese are simply one-of-a-kind.
From sunny San Diego, Jules and Brock flew to Hawaii for the last portion of their trip! First they started in Oahu where they explored its famous landmarks, including Pearl Harbor, and took part in some adventurous activities.
From Los Angeles, Jules and Brock went further south in California to San Diego. Like LA, San Diego is known for its beaches and affluent neighborhoods, but it also offers world-famous animals parks and beautiful coastline scenery.
After having fun on the Strip and flying around the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas, Jules and Brock drove over to Los Angeles. Now in southern California, the team will spend their last few days in the continental US enjoying the sunshine, theme parks, and famous attractions of the Golden State.