Incredible 3D Aerial Panorama of Central Park

Almost makes your head spin, doesn’t it? First spotted on The Atlantic, what you’re looking at is aerial photos stitched together to form one huge 3D panorama of Central Park. Russian photographer Sergey Semonov won first place in the amateur category at the Epson International Photographic Pano Awards for this near unbelievable photo.

Semenov works for AirPano, traveling the world to create these high resolution 3D aerial panoramas. “I shoot landscapes, spheres from helicopter, gig-pixel panoramas as well as manipulate Photoshop and prepare the photos to be printed in a huge size and organize photo-exhibitions,” Semonov wrote of his work at AirPano. “I like new, progressive and unique things.”

Click the picture to see Central Park and the surrounding New York buildings in all their glory. (Warning: You may feel dizzy.)





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