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|Dirk brought this nice little souvenir from his last US trip.|
|Another new region on Mountainpanoramas: Totes Gebirge. Anton introduces this region with a trilogy starting with a stunning panorama from Warscheneck. - Enjoy!|
|We can welcome a new photographer on Mountainpanoramas: Felix Gadomski starts with the spectacular panorama from Muttler which is at the same time the first panorama in the Samnaun Group. - Enjoy the panorama! We hope for a lot more to come!|
|Anton opens one new region after the other at mountainpanoramas. His newest work Spitzkofel is the first panorama from the Gailtal Alps. A big Thank You to Anton for his excellent work!|
|Finally new food for Mountainpanoramas from Hans-Jürgen Bayer: Gamsjoch Mittelgipfel. enriches our rather rare collection of Karwendel summits. Thanks Hans-Jürgen!|
|New country and region contributed by Arroz: enjoy Isla Incahuasi. It's not the Sea, it a salt flat in Bolivia. Stunning.|
|I want to start the next new region on Mountainpanoramas with Burg Neideck. More from the European Low Mountains appreciated!|
|Another new Alpine region on Mountainpanoramas: Anton opens the Ybbstal Alps with magnificent winter impressions from Kleiner Ötscher.|
|A new region on Mountainpanoramas: Martin Kraus took An Teallach in the Scottish Highlands. Thanks Martin for sharing this great work here!|
|Dirk reached panorama number 100! He is the first photographer here on MP crossing this border. Enjoy Pointe de l'Observatoire.|
|Beautiful panoramic photography from Africa opening a new region. Arno Dietz brought this one form the Namib Desert.|
|We have reached the number of 500 panoramas!! Stefano is the one who reached this magical milestone with his wonderful winter panorama from Piz Arpiglia. A big thank you to all contributors and all followers who are making this site a huge success!|
|Here comes the next 4000 together with a new photographer: Paolo Martinelli shot this one. Welcome Paolo with this mind-blowing view and thanks to Stefano for preparation of this panorama.|
|Have a deep look into the sleeping volcano's crater. Stefano makes it possible with this. phantastic panorama.|
|Again a new photographer on Mountainpanoramas: Martin Cadík. Welcome Martin! His debut is a 4000m peak: Alphubel. Enjoy the spectacular view with many, many links.|
|Anton Theurezbacher opens another new region at Mountainpanoramas: The beautiful sunset from Kampspitze is the first panorama in the Schladminger Tauern.|
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|Another new region across the Atlantic: Zion National Park, Utah. Enjoy Angels Landing.|
|Let us welcome a new photographer in our community: With his first panorama Crête du Chardonnet Martin Kraus he has also opened the new region Thabor Group. Thank you, Martin, for sharing this wonderful view!|
|Here comes a series of excellent panoramas of the highest peaks in Northern Europe: Roman Mirc, a new photographer in our community from Slovakia, took some beautiful shots in the Jotunheimen National Park. Enjoy the first one Spiterstulen.|
|Another new region at mountainpanoramas: The first panorama of the Charbonnel Group was taken from the famous Rocciamelone/Rochemelon.|
|A new region at mountainpanoramas: The first panorama of the Vanoise was taken from the highest point of the Gaciers de la Vanoise: Dôme de l'Arpont. More material from this new region is in preparation. dirk.|
|Back from my Iceland trip here comes the first panorama Seltún. More material from this new region is in preparation. Thomas.|
|Lets welcome a new photographer in our community: Johann Ilmberger from Bavaria. His first panorama Col de Ciampac beams us in the middle of the Dolomite Alps. Thanks Johann for contribution!|
|Thanks very much to Dirk who took over much of the publishing work the last weeks. He really kept Mountainpanoramas alive. As I am not available in August 2012 please contact Dirk for all publishing issues. Thomas.|
|The new panorama Gimpel is from our new photographers' community member Christian Gref. Welcome Christian and thanks for sharing this great work!|
|With the breath-taking Piz Buin of Roland, Mountainpanoramas has exactly reached the number of 400 high-quality panoramics. A huge thank-you to all photographers!|
|Mountainpanoramas is going Mobile
Perhaps you have already reconized the little handy symbols in the panorama boxes. This means that the panorama is prepared for mobile devices like iPhone, iPad, iPod or Android. Check out Dirk's and my partfolio, there are already a lot of mobile ones. We will continue to prepare all panos for mobile use.
|New member in our photographers community and new region: Welcome Patrik Runggaldier from South Tyrol! His panorama Geitgaljern shows the beautiful Lofoten landscape in a perfect way. Thanks Dirk for publishing.|
|The new Flash Player version 11.3.300.257 brought some performance problems in Firefox and other browsers. If the panorama movement is slow when labels are switched on, please uninstall this Flash version and install the version 220.127.116.11 which can be downloaded here. I hope Adobe will fix this soon. I'll notify in the Mountainpanoramas' news.|
|The panorama player engine has been recently updated. In case Error Messages occur when loading a pano, please clear your browser history and reload. After that it should work. Sorry for this inconvenience.|
|Thanks to Anton Theurezbacher opening a new region here: Ennstal Alps. Enjoy Großer Pyhrgas! Thanks also to Dirk who prepared and published.|
|Roland publishes the definitley the lowermost mountain scenery here so far: Badwater Basin: -85m.|
|We now also have a Google+ page.|
|Lets welcome Anton Theurezbacher in our photograhers' community! His debut: Hochkönig. This pano does not need more words. Enjoy!|
|Yeah! Over 200 Facebook Fans! Thanks to all who are following us and making Mountainpanoramas more popular. This really helps and motivates to move on. Recommendation of Mountainpanoramas to your friends and advertising for it is highly appreciated.|
|First shot inside a cave on Mountainpanoramas: Stefano made it. I'm quite sure you have never seen ice scupltures like those before.|
|Stefano brought a panoramic shot from Picos de Europa opening a new region on Mountainpanoramas. Thanks Stefano for this great enrichment!|
|Again a new member in our photographers' community from Italy. Let's welcome Marco Nipoti! Monte Grona is his first work here showing an impressive view over Lago di Como. Spacial thanks to Stefano, our "Italian Manager".|
|Arno Dietz opens up a new region here: South Africa. Watch Giant's Castle located in the Drakensberg range. Thanks Arno!|
|The Reichenspitze summit panorama is indeed worthy to be number 200 in the Eastern Alps. Thanks to Roland!|
|A new pano from Catalin: Stimbavului, showing us a lovely Romanian winter landscape in the South Carpates.|
|Stefano celebrates the double jubilee panorama Vetta del Vallone here: It is no. 300 in Europe and the first shot taken in 2012!|
|Italian photographers strengthen on Mountainpanoramas. Benvenuti Valentino Bedognetti! Make the virtual climb to Piz Por and enjoy the view and the landscape of this great work. Special thanks again to Stefano for preparation.|
|Giovanni is back here on Mountainpanoramas with a phantastic far distance view from Pizzo di Scotes. Please more of that! Special thanks to Stefano who prepared the publishing.|
|After recovery of my crashed development system here are the first panos published in 2012. Dirk is busy as a bee publishing Bristen and Brèche de Roland. Enjoy!|