amazing panoramic photos that look like little planets






At the Burbage South Boulders, near Hathersage, Derbyshire




At the Burbage South Boulders, near Hathersage, Derbyshire.
Monte Rosa from the Stralhorn

Monte Rosa from the Stralhorn.


A view from the top of Ben Nevis

A view from the top of Ben Nevis.


The rocky mass of Cima Grande in the Tre Cima, the Dolomites, Italy. Taken from the tiny summit of Cima Piccola after climbing the Yellow Edge Route



The rocky mass of Cima Grande in the Tre Cima, the Dolomites, Italy.

One of Dan Arkle's snaps which didn't involve climbing up a mountain... Sheffield town centre
Sheffield town centre





One of Dan Arkle's amazing 'little planet' photos. Pictured is Win Hill, Derbyshire with Lose Hill, Mam Tor and Kinder on the left

 Win Hill, Derbyshire


Sheffield Botanical Gardens: 'My first little planet. I like the symmetry, and the way the building clings onto the ground'




Sheffield Botanical Gardens.



Robin Hood's Stride. 'These fantastic pinnacles are in popular climbing area near Birchover, Matlock, Derbyshire'

Robin Hood's Stride.





Hound Tor in Dartmoor. Dan said: 'Hay Tor is visible on the bottom right. This one is also the cover photo for Boulder Britain, by Niall Grimes, the first bouldering guidebook for all of the UK'
Hound Tor in Dartmoor.


Lose Hill in Derbyshire. A summit orientation plate is in the centre; Mam Tor is just left of the top; Kinder and Edale are on the top right. Bleaklow and the rest of the Dark Peak are bottom right
Lose Hill in Derbyshire.

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