While we were at St. Barts, I managed to take a couple of 360 panoramas. Ironically, considering we are in the Caribbean where there are normally strong trade winds, we have not had enough wind to fly the kites for aerial photography. The winds will be picking up soon though.
The two locations where I shot the 360 panoramas in St. Barts were Anse de Columbier and Anse des Flamandes. Each panorama involves taking 8 shots with a fish-eye wide-angle camera lens (six around in a circle, one looking up, and one looking down). I then use software to process the imagery and stitch them together into one spherical projection image. Finally, I upload the photo to 360Cities.net which hosts the largest collection of 360 panoramas. 360Cities also supports viewing the panoramas with Google Earth.
So, here is Anse de Columbier in St. Barts (I recommend choosing the “FULLSCREEN” option for the best experience):
Anse de Columbier, St. Barts
And here is the 360 panorama of Anse des Flamandes in St. Barts:
Anse des Flamandes, St. Barts