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The Bayside 38 is a brand new design on display at Clarendon’s Edmondson Park Centre, in Sydney area. www.nsw.clarendon.com.au
We just have returned from New Zealand where we could experience the most beautiful sights and lovely good weather for photography. This is just a pick of those pictures, with some interior images of a peculiar restaurant in Queenstown. The rest will be published later on, with all exterior images included. Panedia Google Street View
An exceptional location, with New Quay restaurants and bars, Harbour Town Shopping Centre, Etihad Stadium. Enjoy stunning Victoria Bay and Dockland views from this contemporary apartment. www.rslartunion.com.au
Located in the highly sought after inner-city suburb of North Sydney, this apartment is close to an array of restaurants, cafes and shops. Enjoy North Sydney skyline views out to the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. www.rslartunion.com.au
We are happy to have reached 5+ million number of Google views. And we are glad that people are enjoying our work and proud on our efforts and achievements. Thanks to all Panedia team for their dedication and support. Just released a 136 photo spheres from London, adding up to a total of 1360 panoramas on our account. Can be seen here in Panedia Google Views.
Twin Waters Sunshine Coast is a collection of self-contained beach houses and apartments situated in an exclusive gated precinct, bordered by the Mudjimba patrolled surf beach, the Maroochy River and a private man-made swimming lagoon. www.accorvacationclub.com.au
Soaring above the river and the city, this apartment is located at one of Brisbane’s most prestigious addresses and tallest buildings, Soleil. www.rslartunion.com.au
There are 3 “Christ of the Abyss” statues currently sitting beneath the surface of the sea, this “American Christ” is the third and most recent in the set of bronze statues. It’s located in the waters off Key Largo, Florida and was cast from the same mould as the original statue. Florida’s “Christ of the Abyss” weighs 260kg but is secured to 9 tonnes of concrete – it’s been here since 1965. Can be seen here in Google Oceans.
We added 6 new constellations to Google Views on the theme Japan. With a total of 124 panoramas this virtual tour gives a good perspective over several Japan locations. Panedia Google Street View
This stunning oceanfront apartment complex features four fully furnished apartments including a luxury three bedroom penthouse boasting panoramic ocean and hinterland views from its rooftop, balcony and indoor living areas. www.rslartunion.com.au
In this constellation from Alcatraz we decided for the first time to add some informational content to our usual photographic coverage. This adds a lot of interest to “The Rock” virtual tour since we to tell a bit of the history and stories behind the pictures. Panedia Google Views
We surveyed the world-famous Sydney Harbour in March 2014 in partnership with the Sydney Institute of Marine Science. The waters around North Head are teeming with life. Check out the Port Jackson Sharks in the bright green weed in these panoramas. Can be seen here in Google Oceans.
Los Angeles is well know by Hollywood movie sets, studios and of course, movie stars. On this constellation now posted on Google Views, we show a bit of the other side the second most populous city in the US, beyond the film industry tag. Panedia Google Street View
Another milestone achieved as we reached 4+ million views on Google Views. Just added two tours: Las Vegas and Los Angeles to our collection in Google. We currently have 1174 photo spheres to share with the world. Can be seen here in Panedia Google Street View.
A luxurious top apartment in this quiet and beautiful Brisbane city area. Mater Prize Home
We surveyed the world-famous Sydney Harbour in March 2014, the waters around the entrance to the harbour (North and South Heads) are favourite sites with local scuba divers (and local marine life). In these panoramas you can notice perfectly round holes in the rock where the black sea urchins have burrowed in and made their homes.
Another fantastic home from RSL on the Gold Coast. Certainly worth a try on those lottery tickets… www.rslartunion.com.au
In March 2014 Catlin Seaview Survey partnered with the Sydney Institute of Marine Science to survey some key Sydney Harbour and coastal areas. Pictured here is our support scooter passing the kelp and urchin covered rocks off Ben Buckler Point at the famous Bondi Beach. This is a favourite dive site for local scuba divers and snorkelers.
This large and modern Mater house is located on Bribie Island, just north Brisbane. Mater Prize Home
Today we reached 3+ million views on Google Views. Just a short time ago we added 25 Hoover Dam photo spheres, totaling now 1027 Panedia panoramas on Google Views. Can be seen here in Panedia Google Street View.
The largest barrier reef in the northern hemisphere, UNESCO added this site to the World Heritage in danger list in 2009. The system illustrates a classic example of reef types through fringing, barrier and atoll, and the regions seven sites provide a significant habitat for threatened species. This particular dive features Half Moon Cay, at the southern end of Lighthouse Reef Atoll. Image collect by Catlin Seaview Survey. Can be seen here in Catlin Seaview Survey.
This luxurious penthouse is right at the top of one of Brisbane’s most iconic buildings, right on CBD. http://www.meritonapartments.com.au
Sian Ka’an is a biosphere reserve which extends from the east coast of Mexico out into the Caribbean Sea. Home to some 80 recorded species of reef-building corals, the portion of the Mesoamerican Reef within the reserve is one of the most bio-diverse in Mexico. Jointly with neighbouring aquatic habitats it harbours more than 400 species of fish and a wealth of other marine life. For this reason it was named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. Image collect by Catlin Seaview Survey. Available in Google Street View, can be seen here in Google Oceans.
Located in Tucson, Arizona, in The United States of America, the Pima Air & Space Museum is one of the world’s largest non-government funded aerospace museums. The museum features a display of nearly 300 aircraft spread out over 80 acres (320,000 m²) on a campus occupying 127 acres (610,000 m²). The museum displays some of the most beautiful aircraft from all times and you can be walk around the planes and see the industry’s technological evolution.
These pictures were taken during this year IVRPA conference in Las Vegas, in a reception sponsored by Google in the pool area of Tropicana hotel. The atmosphere was quite nice and colorful and there was a nice screen exhibition with great panoramic images. Panedia Google Street View.
A bright and enormous apartment with great views in The Sunshine Coast. Another great RSL prize! www.rslartunion.com.au
Another milestone achieved today with 2+ million views on Google Views. At this point we have 985 panoramas there and going up. The last content that we just added was the London panoramas with 105 photo spheres in total. Can be seen here in Panedia Google Street View.
Cairns Mangrove Boardwalk, like Coombabbah Mangrove, is a great walk to get in touch with nature and specially good for bird watching. This tour now posted on Google Views was part of a scientific project with our partners University of Queensland for mangrove study and monitoring. Panedia Google Street View
The largest barrier reef in the northern hemisphere, UNESCO added this site to the World Heritage in danger list in 2009. The system illustrates a classic example of reef types through fringing, barrier and atoll, and the regions seven sites provide a significant habitat for threatened species. This particular dive features Half Moon Cay, at the southern end of Lighthouse Reef Atoll. Image collect by our partners, Catlin Seaview Survey. Available in Google Street View, can be seen here in Google Oceans.
Komodo Island is home to the world’s largest lizards, the Komodo Dragon. The initial drive to protect the region of Komodo was to protect the “living dinosaur” that makes these arid islands home. In 1986 it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a Man and Biosphere Reserve that now encompasses all the biodiversity of the area, marine, terrestrial and cultural. Available in Google Street View, can be seen here in Google Oceans.
Today we reached 1+ million views on Google Views. We shared 707 panoramas in this platform and we are happy that people can virtually go to all this amazing places just at the distance of a click…or two. Can be seen here in Panedia Google Street Views.
Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1993, it lies in the middle of the Sulu Sea and is one of the Philippines’ oldest ecosystems. The region contains excellent examples of pristine reef with an incredibly high diversity of marine life. The area supports 374 species of corals, (that’s almost 90% of all coral species in the Philippines!). The area also supports 11 species of cetaceans, 11 species of sharks, and an estimated 479 species of fish. This image collect focuses on the North Atoll and was completed by the Catlin Seaview Survey. Available in Google Street View, can be seen here in Google Oceans.
Another RSL spacious house, in Benowa, perfect for enjoying the outside living right by the Nerang river. www.rslartunion.com.au
The Surfers Paradise Festival is a colorful annual fest that involves all the local population with lots of food, arts, music and entertainment events and culminates in a big light parade and an amazing fireworks show. The tour is also available in Google Streetview, and can be seen here in Google Street View.
Another enormous Mater house on north Gold Coast, just by the riverside. Mater Prize Home
Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area is an exceptional park with a boardwalk through wetlands in between eucalypt forest and mangrove swamp. The area is ideal for short walks and popular for bird watching. This constellation, now on Google views, is literally a walk through that area with panos taken every few meters. Panedia Google Street View
Paris has this special atmosphere, and the Eiffel Tower is right in center of it… everything just seems to flow there. Also the constellation now published on Google Views goes around this popular monument, hoping to share a bit of the City of Lights air with the rest of the world. Panedia Google Street View
A virtual tour for Citadines St Georges Terrace aparthotel in Perth. www2.citadines.com
We published on Google Views a few photos of a small town in Portugal: Palmela. Palmela hosted a panoramic photography conference and is a lovely town full of small labyrinth streets that make their way up to the big 10th century castle. The view there is astounding and stretches all the way around for several kilometers until the next towns and the river Sado. Panedia Google Street View
Another beautiful apartment magnifically situated by the riverside at the heart of Brisbane CBD. www.rslartunion.com.au
This fresh and light full RSL apartment is very well situated on the Sunshine Coast, just in between the beach and easy access to the main roads. www.rslartunion.com.au
By opposition to the rush of the Big Apple, Central Park is the heaven for nature and quietude in New York. We decided to published a series of constellations on Google Views that cover the large area of the park in a total of 255 panoramas. We think that this can give you a good idea of the park by experiencing virtually a long walk through that beautiful place. Panedia Google Street View
A luxurious apartment magnifically situated in the Southport CBD with great sea views. www.rslartunion.com.au
Another constellation on New York. This time is the Chelsea Waterside Park with a total of 14 panoramas. Panedia Google Street View
We published another set of panoramas on the NYC theme. This time is the heart of Manhattan: Times Square. This nine panos constellation shares a bit of the light and color you can experience on that famous square. Panedia Google Street View
Still around Sydney, Clarendon presents us another modern and spacious house. www.nsw.clarendon.com.au
Once there was an old unused elevated rail line right in center New York. Then it came the idea of turning that rail line into a park and it ‘runs’ now beautifully in between city buildings, green ways and art installations. We have shared publicly on Google Views a 16 panorama collection of this unusual and amazing park. Panedia Google Street View
Take a Topsy Turvey Tour courtesy of a glitch in the Google Matrix. While working on some Google Views content this afternoon I noticed that Google had finally decided Australia was indeed the ‘Land Downunder’ and therefore it should see Google Maps Views upside down. I first noticed this on our Sydney Opera House Virtual Tours, but upon checking virtual tours we’d produced in New York they were also upside down. So perhaps it wasn’t Australia that was being flipped… it was any content produced by an Australian 😉 After messing around for a while I figured out how to make the tour flip upside down, and flip back the other way… so proceeded to have some fun… and make myself feel a little queasy at the same time. I suspect it won’t be around for long so I created a quick video for posterity. Here’s some of the links from the video above in case you want to try it yourself. (Note: I doubt this will work for very long. Chrome/Windows7) Google Maps Tour Links: Sydney Opera House Brooklyn Bridge – New York Uluru (Ayers Rock) Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta