#AirMauritius360 - Mauritius Buildings
Our 360 photo competition has been running since October, and we continue to be amazed at the range and quality of the images you’ve been submitting.
We’ve shared some of our favourite wildlife and nature shots in a previous gallery, but there’s a lot more to Mauritius than tropical flora and fauna, as you’ll see in our latest selection of images. Today’s post highlights some of the island’s most well-known architectural landmarks, including the Caudan Waterfront, the famous red-roofed Notre Dame Auxiliatrice church in Cap Malheureux, the outstanding MCB Bank building and the Blue Penny Museum in Port Louis.
Think there’s something special about Mauritius we still haven’t covered? You have until 5 January 2015 to enter your favourite #AirMauritius360 photographs, before our judges select a shortlist for our Facebook fans to vote upon. Remember, we’re looking for shots of Mauritius that capture the soul and spirit of the island – people, places, food, local culture, anything at all – so get out and get snapping. All you have to do is post your images on Instagram with the hashtag #AirMauritius360 or upload them to the competition page on Facebook with the same hashtag. Best of luck!
Photos: Anneline Van der Westhuizen, Bibi d, Pandanicoleium, redbedroom_, Jeremu ng, Mahesh Jhoomuck, Nahid Latona, Rooiwilli, Tse Yao Hiu.