MAIN TOWER in Frankfurt am Main – Little Planet

This image is from the October page of my 2018 calender. Reprojection is stereographic down (little planet) and was done with PTGui Pro. It’s also available as an interactive spherical.

Stereographic down (little planet) reprojection of a spherical panorama.

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