While exploring 360 panoramas yesterday, I realized I had failed to share an important 360 panorama on the blog here. While exploring Ilot Mato back in 2011 (the same island mentioned in yesterday’s blog post, which is in New Caledonia), I had the opportunity to watch Richard make an underwater 360 panorama (he is seen in the photo here settin up his camera). He took a 360 near a large ancient coral head. His lovely wife Freddy can often be seen in his underwater photography. On this one she can clearly be seen swimming near the coral head. Not only that, but another swimmer can be seen with his fins facing the camera (in the opposite direction from the coral head) in the distance – that’s me!
Here’s the 360, and again you should click on the “Play” button, then click on “FULLSCREEN” button to expand the view. Then use the cursor keys and/or mouse to move around the scenery.
If you scroll down below the 360 panorama (not while in full screen), you can see Richard’s detailed description of the coral head and more information about the photo. If you want to see more of Richard’s 360 panoramas click here. You can also see more of the 360s I’ve taken or shared here on the blog, or you can view all my 360s at the 360Cities site.