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360 degree tiny planet panoramas

The quirky images look like tiny planets – but, in fact, they’re photographs taken on a mobile phone.

Photographer Xavi Paba is travelling the globe capturing images that look like small worlds using a unique technique.

The stunning locations are snapped using 360-degree on a Nexus 4, creating impressive optical illusions.

Unique perspective: Paba's photograph shows the town beach of Platja del Miracle in Spain - taken on his mobile phone

Unique perspective: Paba’s photograph shows the town beach of Platja del Miracle in Spain – taken on his mobile phone

 

On the slopes: This image - called 'Snow World in Baqueira-Beret' shows the photographer's view while skiing in Spain

 On the slopes: This image – called ‘Snow World in Baqueira-Beret’ shows the photographer’s view while skiing in Spain

 

360-degree images: The photographer is snapping locations - including Pont del Diable, Catalonia - in a unique way

 360-degree images: The photographer is snapping locations – including Pont del Diable, Catalonia – in a unique way

 

Tiny world: 360-degree images taken by the photographer include '2,000 years of history, stone by stone in Pont del Diablo'

 Tiny world: 360-degree images taken by the photographer include ‘2,000 years of history, stone by stone in Pont del Diablo’

 

Europe travels: The photographer uses his Nexus phone to capture the images as he travels

Europe travels: The photographer uses his Nexus phone to capture the images as he travels

Bird's eye view: This 360-degree photo was taken in Tarragona in Catalonia

 Bird’s eye view: This 360-degree photo was taken in Tarragona in Catalonia

 

Interesting perspective: Paba posts his images on Instagram, where he's already got nearly 1,000 followers

 Interesting perspective: Paba posts his images on Instagram, where he’s already got nearly 1,000 followers
Stunning view: This images of Lake Garlate, Italy, was taken using a mobile phone
Stunning view: This images of Lake Garlate, Italy, was taken using a mobile phone

For more information,

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-2610290/Photographer-captures-stunning-360-degree-tiny-planet-panoramas-Europe-MOBILE-PHONE.html