• Mauritania (National Geographic '98, photograph by George Steinmetz).
  • Westerdok Disctrict, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • by Kacper Kowalski, a Polish photographer who specialises in aerial photography " .Avaxrse"
  • ultradistancia
  • trop-Pyne-by-Sansiri-27s « Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine
  • ARC Wildlife Crossing Design Competition Designs revealed « World Landscape Architecture – landscape architecture webzine
  • Snake River Canyon near Twin Falls, Idaho
  • Green
  • TilT SHifT PHoToGraPHy
  • Reflection Condominium in Pattaya by Major Development. Landscape design by P Landscape.
  • canoes and kayaks
  • aerial + mirror view
  • Coming in for landing
  • Boat
  • 16. Burning Man – Nevada, USA 40°47′13″N 119°12′16″W
  • © Sandra Cockayne
  • Fonte da Torre (с) Federico Winer
  • Hamburgo II © Federico Wine
  • Federico Winer has taken aerial photography to a new level by portraying planet Earth as a mesmerizing kaleidoscope of geometric patterns and colors.
  • Alaskan tundra in autumn
  • Alex MacLean
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  • Cameron Davidson | Aerial Photography Portfolio
  • These Mega-Cruise Ships Look Like Small Cities From the Air. Jeffrey Milstein, a former architect who specializes in photos of planes and infrastructure, recently finished a new project that focuses on cruise liners.
  • These Mega-Cruise Ships Look Like Small Cities From the Air. Jeffrey Milstein, a former architect who specializes in photos of planes and infrastructure, recently finished a new project that focuses on cruise liners.
  • These Mega-Cruise Ships Look Like Small Cities From the Air. Jeffrey Milstein, a former architect who specializes in photos of planes and infrastructure, recently finished a new project that focuses on cruise liners.
  • These Mega-Cruise Ships Look Like Small Cities From the Air. Jeffrey Milstein, a former architect who specializes in photos of planes and infrastructure, recently finished a new project that focuses on cruise liners.
  • Master photographer Vincent LaForet captured San Francisco in such incredible detail and in such a fascinating perspective that it's truly breathtaking.