Mall VR

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My name is Yusuf aka Mr Y.
I am a panorama photographer, projection artist, HD designer and most of all a tinkerer.
On this site, On the websites below I am showcasing some of my work.

Some of my 360x180 degree panoramic views & ideas often find their way to my Flickr Slideshows & Zooomorama albums.

As a member of the World Wide Panorama project, an international association for VR photographers, my profile contains a small gallery of interactive VR's and links to still works

If you want to get in touch with me, My contact information is conveniently shown at the bottom of all pages,or you can use the contact form.


Panoramic views of Mr Y:

http://www.viewat.org/?hd=1&;i=en&id_aut=1418&sec=pn


Business Y-card:

MRY: HD Designer & VR Photographer

VR albums:

Passing threw the OverPass VR:

http://www.viewat.org/?i=en&;id_aut=1418&id_pn=11694&sec=pn

Mr Y @ London_Bridge VR:

http://www.viewat.org/?i=en&;id_aut=1418&id_pn=11693&sec=pn

Sainsbury VR tunnel :

http://www.viewat.org/?i=en&;id_aut=1418&id_pn=11692&sec=pn

Glass Staircase :

http://www.viewat.org/?hd=1&;i=en&id_aut=1418&id_pn=11697&sec=pn

Mall VR :

http://www.viewat.org/?i=en&;id_aut=1418&id_pn=11698&sec=pn


HD & Zoomarama albums

Zoomorama Small Planet:Passing threw the OverPass

http://www.zoomorama.com/VR_Tours_and_Events/01-2ef22509da3d0983111164314f21f4ee

Zoomorama Album: Graffitti in Slough Round Abt Tunnel

http://www.zoomorama.com/VR_Tours_and_Events/01-744e22be98f42bcf5e2ea9202aad8e7a

Flickr Album: Passing Threw The Overpass Tunnel

http://www.flickr.com/photos/38218113@N02/show/
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Location: Colnbrook with Poyle, United Kingdom

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The Atrium at the British Museum (aka The Great Court)

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It's official name is the Queen Elizabeth II Great Court and it was designed by Sir Norman Foster. It covers two acres, making it the largest...

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St Asaph cathedral, North Wales

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Yr Eglwys Gadeiriol LLanelwy  (the english name is St Asaph cathedral) is the smallest in Britain and one of the oldest in Wales. The site was...

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Camden Lock Market - the bottom of Hampstead Road Lock

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Okay, so you can't strictly (or in any way) see Camden Lock Market from here... but Hampstead Road Lock is actually the Lock beside the Market,...

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The British Museum, Main Entrance

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Well, just as the title says. The Sheldonia theatre has one of those small cupolas at the top which is about 3m in diameter. On that day it was HOT...

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Abbey Road, London

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This was shot between the Zebra Crossing made famous by The Beatles on the cover of their Abbey Road album and the Abbey Road Recording Studio. The...

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Coming down from Snowdon

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Just one of those days in winter. Best time to go up Snowdon - I think.

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Dinorwic slate quarry

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Dinorwic slate quarry was one of the biggest slate quarries at the end of the 18th century. Even today it is still amazing to see the sheer size of...

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National Gallery from Trafalgar Square including Nelson's Column, Fountains and Lions

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This was taken on the North Side of Trafalgar Square looking up the steps to the National Gallery. Nelson's Column, the Lions and the Fountains can...

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Camden Lock Market - Bronze Horses in the Stables Market

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Technically this is probably as far as I'm going, and I may not go this far again for a while, if ever. Anyway here you go for Christmas, 32 images...

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Oxford circus by night

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360 shot by night during the Diamond jubilee Queen Elizabeth II in June 2013

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Hungerford Bridge over the River Thames, view upstream at a quiet moment

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Hungerford Bridge in Central London was (and still is) a Railway Bridge, but has had Foot Bridges added on both sides, giving a choice of view as...

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Hungerford Bridge over the River Thames, view upstream at a busy moment

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Waterloo Bridge, London, plus many sights including the London Eye, Cleopatra's Needle, St Pauls, The Royal Festival Hall and Westminster

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There's a lot to see in this, in almost every direction, I'm almost afraid to start listing it... Upstream there is the London Eye, Hungerford...

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Skipper's Cottage B&B, Kilchoan, Ardnamurchan, Scotland

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Skipper's Cottage Bed & Breakfast in Kilchoan, Ardnamurchan, Scotland - Panorama #1 Aerial Footage thanks to AerialVUE: http://www.aerialvue.co.uk

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Lago ness

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Panorámica del Lago Ness en Escocia

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Richmond Green

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Richmond Green, London UK

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