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The Matterhorn (Cervino) from Plateau Rosa


On the slope to Zermatt (CH) from the Italian border


Cervinia, rif. Bontadini, Italy (on the right): view of the Matterhorn from the south side


Panorama from the hanging Titlis bridge, Switzerland: the Buddha (center)


Glarus (Switzerland): the trail from Kies to Leglerhütte


Sihlseeli – Luzern, Switzerland: on the path to the 1900 m.s.l. lake


Lake of Zurich, smocking chimneys, Switzerland (on the left)): chilli morning view at – 20 °C


The volcanic crater at Ilheu Vila Franca do Campo, Azores, Portugal


Azores, Portugal: Pico south shores


View of Pico (Azores) from the Faial ferry boat


Click here for more ARTBorghi panorama.

16 Comments Post a comment
  1. 03/26/2013

    Great views and exact panaromic. Please keep it on

  2. 03/29/2013

    Really spectacular shots.

  3. 03/31/2013

    Very nice and inspirational!

    • 03/31/2013

      Thanks, I like panorama services or where you can load huge pictures and pan and zoom. It’s a good and free way to share high-res online

  4. 06/2/2013

    Beautiful set of photos here..

  5. 08/10/2013

    These would make amazing skies in renders!!!

    • 08/10/2013

      Let me know if you need them for your uni project.

      • 08/10/2013

        That would be way too much to ask 😀 🙂

      • 08/11/2013

        You mean you are already rendering skies with these pictures 😀 ? Feel free if you have time and show me the result. Last time I rendered objects was in the last millennium on Amiga500.. no idea how to do it anymore.

      • 08/11/2013

        No I didn’t!!! ))) This is ur work and I respect it, therefore I didn’t just download it))))))
        Amiga500? I wasn’t even born then 😀

      • 08/11/2013

        I was a rendering genius when 2 year-old 😀

      • 08/11/2013

        LOL I bet u were )))))) Should’ve asked for help

  6. 05/10/2014

    I love your panorama photos! I wish I could make one someday, and timelapse too!

    • 05/12/2014

      Thank you Kathero! Feel free to ask for tricks if you need any. With time lapses however I do not have enough expertise, yet.


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