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Blue Mosque: Paris-based photographer Jean-François Rauzier has created Hyperphotos. These are to panoramic photos what Google Earth is to a globe. You can keep clicking and zooming and clicking and zooming, seemingly endlessly, until you find yourself on a dramatic balcony, looking up a statue’s nose. (Try it on any of the images. The more one zooms in; the more real the image begins to seem.)

Blue Mosque or The Sultan Ahmed Mosque is an historic mosque in Istanbul. The mosque is popularly known as the Blue Mosque for the blue tiles adorning the walls of its interior. It was built during the rule of Ahmed I.

Chefchaouen Morocco

Also known as Chaouen or Xauen, Chefchaouen's main attraction is its blue houses. For keen photographers, it's an essential stop on any Moroccan itinerary.

Tibetan nomads, known as འབྲོག་པ། (ndrogba) in Tibetan, are one of the most interesting people on the planet. They live in the remote, high elevation grassland regions of the Tibetan Plateau.