Eye-opening 360-degree landscapes by Brendon Gee

Virtual reality is all around us, and nowhere is that more true than in these immersive 360-degree photographs. The eye-opening views put a new spin on familiar landscapes by turning them into miniature worlds that encompass every angle. Gold Coast, Australia, photographer Brendon Gee, 44, has been picking up legions of online followers with his depictions of popular settings as you’ve never seen them before, but he says these are only the beginning. (Caters News)

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<p>Miami, Fla. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News) </p>
360-degree landscapes

Miami, Fla. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News)

<p>Broadbeach, Australia. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News) </p>
360-degree landscapes

Broadbeach, Australia. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News)

<p>Tumgun Lookout, Australia. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News) </p>
360-degree landscapes

Tumgun Lookout, Australia. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News)

<p>Asakusa, Japan. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News) </p>
360-degree landscapes

Asakusa, Japan. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News)

<p>Cairns, Australia. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News) </p>
360-degree landscapes

Cairns, Australia. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News)

<p>Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News) </p>
360-degree landscapes

Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News)

<p>Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News) </p>
360-degree landscapes

Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News)

<p>Cairns, Australia. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News) </p>
360-degree landscapes

Cairns, Australia. (Photo: Brendan Gee/Caters News)

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