What you see above is the result of an 80 gigapixel panaormic photo of London. The photo was shot in the summer of 2010 from the top of the Centre Point building.
Using 7886 individual images, the creator turned them into a single image. If you look closely at the right image, you’ll barely make out the London Eye – the image on the left if what you see of the London Eye when you zoom all the way in. This shows just how much detail was captured in the picture.
Go ahead and head on over to the site and spend some time browsing your way through one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
[Photo from 360Cities.net / Jeffrey Martin]