Taken from the Shanghai Tower (上海中心大厦). Can you spot any of the 26 million inhabitants?
Chongqing in China is the most populated municipality in the world, with over 31 million people. While visiting Chongqing you can certainly feel how huge the city is.
This is a super hi-res panorama I took from the Pipa Mountain Park.
These buildings in China are a UNESCO World Heritage, since they are up 700 years old and still habited by the Hakka people.
I took this panorama of 12 photos on my last travel to China.
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3 Minutes after the sun rises from behind the Alishan mountains, you get this view over Taiwan.
While searching for fish&chips, I found this huge green wall in Camden, London. This is a stiched HDR-panorama with cross-processing, enhancing the beautiful sky.
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My favorite photo of Taipei yet! I took this panorama from the Taipei 101, which used to be the highest building
the world, until the Burj Khalifa in Dubai in 2010.
You can see a high resolution of this photo in the gallery.
Guangzhou (廣州) in Guangdong, China as seen from the astonishingly beautiful Canton Tower.
Since I was a little child, I wanted to see and photograph mt. fuji from this point! It is probably the most iconic pagoda in japan.
I took this breathtaking panorama in Guilin, Guangxi in China, after climbing on top of one of those famous hills. Have a tea and enjoy the view on the Lijang River and feel like you’re in ancient china.
I took this panorama of mount Fuji from the lake Kawaguchi. It was a spectacular view I would recommend anyone to experience.
The lake is part of Fujigoko (Fuji Five Lakes). Did you know that this vulcano is the highest mountain in japan with 3.776,24m?