Aerial View Of Beautiful Places

Aerial view helps to show the amazing beauty of our planet from an unusual side.

01. Nishinoshima Island was formed by the eruption of an underwater volcano in 2013. And it continues to grow. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of Nishinoshima Island

02. Uranium mine in the town of Arlit, Niger. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of Uranium mine in the town of Arlit, Niger.

.03. Dadaab refugee camp in northern Kenya, there live 100 000 people. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of Dadaab refugee camp in northern Kenya, there live 100 000 people.

04. International Airport Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport. It has an area of 70 sq.km. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of International Airport Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport.

05. The giant temple complex of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. It is one of the largest ever established places of worship and one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of The giant temple complex of Angkor Wat in Cambodia.

06. The complex interchange in Jacksonville, Florida, USA. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of The complex interchange in Jacksonville, Florida, USA.

07. Symmetrical settlement in Arizona. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of Symmetrical settlement in Arizona.

08. Boats in California, USA.(Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of Boats in California, USA.

09. Central Park in New York, takes 6% of Manhattan Island. See what it looks like on the ground. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of Central Park in New York.

10. Iron ore mining in Michigan, USA. “Tails” – waste and by-products generated by mining. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of Iron ore mining in Michigan, USA. "Tails"

11.We recently talked about the festival “Burning Man” – the most unusual festivals in the world. At the Black Rock Desert in Nevada gathered 65,000 participants. And here is how it looks from above. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of the festival "Burning Man" - the most unusual festivals in the world. At the Black Rock Desert in Nevada

12. Eixample or New Town – the most populated district of Barcelona, which arose in the XIX century and situated between the old city and many small towns surrounding Barcelona earlier, and in the XX century turned into the new urban areas. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of Eixample or New Town.

13. Sandy desert Rub ‘al Khali in the Middle East, which occupies the southern third of the Arabian Peninsula, one of the largest deserts in the world. Also it refers to one of the hottest (average maximum in July and August is 47 ° C, mark at 50 ° C and regularly overcome) and the driest deserts in the world. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of Sandy desert Rub 'al Khali in the Middle East

14. Villas in Abu Dhabi. This is also one of the hottest regions in the world. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of Villas in Abu Dhabi.

15. Laguna Shadegan, Musa Bey, Iran. Here we see a beautiful drainage system. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of Laguna Shadegan, Musa Bey, Iran.

16. Coal terminal in the port of Qinhuangdao in China. Its capacity is 210 million tons of coal. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of Coal terminal in the port of Qinhuangdao in China.

17.  The largest airplane graveyard in the world. The airbase USAF Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, located in the Arizona desert, in the city of Tucson. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of the largest airplane graveyard in the world. The airbase USAF Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, located in the Arizona desert, in the city of Tucson.

18. Olive groves in the province of Cordoba, Spain. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of Olive groves in the province of Cordoba, Spain.

19. The first solar power plant in the world that is able to operate not only during the day but also at night. In the fantastic saga of Larry Niven’s “Ringworld series” described SLR flowers that concentrated the sun’s rays on your pestle and receive the necessary energy for survival. The same principle works and solar station Gemasolar Power Plant near Seville, Spain. More than 2 650 mirrors mounted on an area of 185 hectares, collect the sun’s rays on a roughly barrel of salt. nitric acid salts perfectly retain heat and warm water tanks, which turns into steam spins the turbine. So energy is produced. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of solar station Gemasolar Power Plant near Seville, Spain.

20. Endless fields of tulips in Lisse, Netherlands. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of Potash mine in Moab, Utah, USA

21. Endless fields of tulips in Lisse, Netherlands. (Photo by Benjamin Grant | Penguin Random House)

Aerial view of Endless fields of tulips in Lisse, Netherlands.

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