Here are some experimental 360 degree panoramas......
They are available in several formats to suit whatever platform you are using. Click on the link that is suitable for you, for the panorama that you wish to download.
Once you have opened a panorama, you can navigate around it by dragging the mouse in the direction of interest. You can zoom out by holding the control key and zoom in by holding the shift key.
You can look up and down as well as left and right.
The "Bola" - the view from the radar dome on top of the Sierra de Mijas
Lake at Lucanisco - a pretty lake we discovered in the mountains of Liguria, full of fish and turtles.
The engine room on Ligaya
The main saloon on Ligaya.
The Skylounge on Ligaya
Since this is quite a small area, it looks best if you zoom out to the maximum.
Click on the picture and then zoom out by holding down the "Control Key"
A panorama of Portosole Marina
180 degree panoramas from Monte Faudo, Liguria
Here are three panoramas taken from the top of Monte Faudo, on a walk I did with Jeff. Because of the plethora of antennae on the top of the mountain, it was not possible to do a full 360 from the top, so here are three in sections to give you an idea of the views.
This one is looking south to Imperia and west to Sanremo from on top of the mountain
This one is looking east. We have walked almost the complete length of the furthest ridge line, as well as from there to Monte Faudo. Looks like a long way!
This one is looking to the north.
San Giovani looking east to Monte Faudo
This is looking east from the church of San Giovani, near to Sanremo. On the skyline, above the notice board to the left of the church, you can see the antennae of Monte Faudo, especially if you zoom in a bit. In three separate expeditions, we have walked from the top of Monte Faudo to San Giovani, over the intervening ridge.