Each Of These Panoramic Pictures Is Its Own Tiny Twisted Planet

Each of These Panoramic Pictures Is Its Own Tiny Twisted Planet

There are heaps of 360-degree panoramic images out there, but Russian photographer Andrew Bodov's latest work totally twists my mind. He depicts rockets, Mars rover Curiosity, statues of science and faith all embraced into lovely micro worlds, so simple and neat they could make a sweet set of scenery for a 21st century Little Prince. Here they are for your viewing pleasure.


Soyuz rocket on exhibition on Planet Baikonur:

Each of These Panoramic Pictures Is Its Own Tiny Twisted Planet

And a Soyuz rocket liftoff on Planet Baikonur:

Each of These Panoramic Pictures Is Its Own Tiny Twisted Planet

Victory Day Parade on Planet Moscow:

Each of These Panoramic Pictures Is Its Own Tiny Twisted Planet

Little Planet with Proton rocket (t he launch of Proton-M with Intelsat 23 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan) got selected to be part of the world's oldest photography exhibition. From The Royal Photographic Society (RPS) International Print Exhibition:

Each of These Panoramic Pictures Is Its Own Tiny Twisted Planet

NASA's Curiosity rover on Mars:

Each of These Panoramic Pictures Is Its Own Tiny Twisted Planet

Statue of Yuri Gagarin on Planet Baikonur:

Each of These Panoramic Pictures Is Its Own Tiny Twisted Planet

The Hill of Crosses, Planet Lithuania:

Each of These Panoramic Pictures Is Its Own Tiny Twisted Planet

Iron sculpture of Kalev, legendary founder of Planet Estonia:

Each of These Panoramic Pictures Is Its Own Tiny Twisted Planet

All images by Andrew Bodov, a Russian photographer (specialised in 360º panoramic photography), web developer and project manager at EDS Systems. You can find more of his little planets on his website or on his Flickr page. You can find him on Facebook, and follow his work on Flickr.

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