Immerse yourself in Pyongyang in these two pictures

It's possible to zoom into a bridge in the distance and see the traffic crossing. (Photo: Aram Pan)

Singaporean photographer Aram Pan, who previously provided several stunning panorama shots and a GoPro video of Pyongyang, has posted his latest two photographs and they’re big.

The images are wide-angle panorama shots with lots of detail.

The first appears to have been taken from the top of the Tower of the Juche Idea, looking west towards Kim Il Sung Square. On the right, the steps to the monuments on Mansudae Hill are visible while on the left the picture extends to Pyongyang Grand Theater. At 40,976 pixels by 7,249 pixels, it has about 150 times the detail of a high-definition TV picture.

The second, apparently from the Yanggakdo Hotel, looks north up the Taedong river and shows the Tower of the Juche Idea on the right, the May Day Stadium in the distance and the theater again on the left.

You could spend hours messing around with these.

He has many more pictures on his Facebook page.

Before the zoom, this is what one of Aram Pan's detailed images looks like. (Photo: Aram Pan)

Before the zoom, this is what one of Aram Pan’s detailed images looks like. (Photo: Aram Pan)

It's possible to zoom into a bridge in the distance and see the traffic crossing. (Photo: Aram Pan)

It’s possible to zoom into a bridge in the distance and see the traffic crossing. (Photo: Aram Pan)

1 Comment on "Immerse yourself in Pyongyang in these two pictures"

  1. Great shots the world needs to see more.

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