I've been shooting aerial panoramas since 2017, initially using multiple shots with manual exposures and then stitching them to produce a 'flat' panorama that you can 
scroll from side to side.  I also tried shooting using the DJI 'Auto Panorama' feature on later drones,  using the excellent Kuula Pro website to upload the panoramas to and they are linked directly from here now.  From the start of 2022 I moved away from the DJI 'Fly' app and now use the 3rd party 'Litchi' app for shooting all aerial pictures. 
For 2023 I've changed to a new format for displaying the interactive panoramas, where the initial thumbnail index picture links to a larger image that shows the whole scene in one go.  Clicking on that takes you to the interactive version hosted on Kuula. Use your browser's 'Back' button to return to Island Images. 
The 2021 and 2022 Isle of Man pictures have now also been re-edited into that format, but only from this index, not on their 'Month' pages.
Click a link below to visit the master index pages for the Interactive Panoramas.
If you are looking for a particular location there is now a 360 Degree Panorama index page.
2024  (    )
Jan - Mar
Apr - Jun
Jul - Sep
Oct - Dec
2023   (217)
Jan - Mar
Apr - Jun
Jul - Sep
Oct - Dec
2022  (223)
Jan - Mar
Apr - Jun
Jul - Sep
Oct - Dec
2021  (278)
Jan - Mar
Apr - Jun
Jul - Sep
Nov - Dec
Lanzarote Pictures
2017 - 2023
 Before 2021 the panoramas are not usually covering a full 360 degrees.
IOM  2017 - 2020
 The interactive pictures are all hosted on the Kuula Website, so if there appear to be any problems with them but other pictures are 
working normally, it might be a problem with that website.
 Island Images Homepage 
How are they produced
This covers the more recent ones shot from December 2020 onwards, initially using the DJI Mini 2 and DJI Fly app, but with some from
the Phantom 4 Pro and Spark while the Mini 2 was unavailable.
Since February 2022 I've also been using a DJI Air 2S to shoot the 360 panoramas and the 'Litchi' app instead of 'Fly'.
1 - Shoot the pictures
I was using the 'Sphere Panorama' mode on the DJI Fly app which on the Mini 2 takes a series of 26 pictures covering 360 degrees around the drone location and directly below. 
These are downloaded post flight onto my desktop computer and the files renamed in 'Date/Time Group' format which helps me keep track of them.  As mentioned above, I've now changed to using the 'Litchi' app instead of DJIs 'Fly'.  For shooting panoramas I sorted some manual settings that work well.  I normally shoot a 26 'view' panorama, but using three shot AEB which 
gives me three bracketed exposures for each view, giving a total of 78 pictures which are then stitched as below using PtGui.  Using Litchi gives me better quality original images
than the 'Fly' auto panorama setting and also enables me to use AEB multipe images which helps to balance out light and dark areas in the final panorama.
2 - Stitch the pictures into one panorama
I do this using PTGui Pro 12, an easy to use (or as complicated as you want!) program that recognizes the picture set as a 360 degree panorama and combines the 26
original pictures into one image.  It usually makes a great job of it first go but there are many manual 'tweaks' available if it doesn't get it quite as I want it.  For the 78 shot AEB
panoramas it will also merge each set of 3 pictures into one before stitching the final image.
3 - Final Processing
The stitched panorama is then dropped into Corel Paint Shop Pro 2020 for any final tweaks needed.  It looks slightly strange at this stage because a 3D image is being shown
in a rather distorted 2D format.  It's then saved with a new filename ready for uploading to Kuula.  This is the image that you now see first after clicking on the thumbnail.
4 - Upload to Kuula
This next stage offers a few more editing options, the main ones that I use are choosing the direction and zoom at which the picture loads and the thumbnail displayed
on the Island Images Kuula webpage.  I'll add some details of the picture and also enable the Google Maps link so you can see exactly where the photo was taken from.
5 - Produce the Island Images web pages
The final stage is to produce the pages seen on Island Images, using a handy tool on the Kuula editing page to produce the HTML code needed to make the pictures
work from within the main Island Images website.  I have a text .HTML template for the page so I just need to drop the Kuula .HTML code into that in Notepad and add the captions.  From 2023 I've stopped using this method, the larger 'full scene' picture on the website just links straight to the interactive version, much simpler all round and there's something to see on the website even if the link to the interactiver version doesn't work for some reason.
The panoramas are made to automatically rotate at a slow speed, there are full screen and pause options (top right corner) and a map option that will show on Google Maps 
where the panorama was taken from (bottom right). You can pause the rotation, zoom in and out to a degree and hand rotate with the mouse pointer.
Island Images Main Page
 Unless otherwise credited all pictures on this website  © Jon Wornham