These are the most amazing aerial photos of New York ever, by Vincent Laforet
These are the most amazing aerial photos of New York ever. By Vincent Laforet
Paris, Montmartre by Night
Daniel Cheong, a Dubai-based photographer, creates surreal-looking images of the massive, futuristic buildings from above. Heavy fog is common during the change of seasons in this part of the world. It often blankets the city so that most of the buildings are completely swaddled in clouds. Only the highest buildings are able to emerge through the top layer. When viewed from above, the city takes on an unearthly look, like illustrations from a science fiction story.
Stephen Wilkes' Aerial View of New World Trade Center.
Chicago by Simon H.
The Geometric Sky
Surfers Paradise From Above, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia
Tokyo from above
Norddeutsche Landesbank in Hannover, Germany by Behnisch Architekten #architecture ☮k☮
Both Honolulu and Waikiki from the famous viewpoint at the top of Diamond Head. What an impressive sight to take in. It was a cool weather day as well with temporary buckets of rain falling as well as patches of fog rolling in and out. Wow, I go hiking a lot but that hike up to the top of Diamond Head is a true endurance tester. Justin Rice
Vertical Omotesando / Wai Think Tank
Liberty Place is a skyscraper complex in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The complex is composed of a 61-story 945-foot (288 m) skyscraper called One Liberty Place, a 58-story 848-foot (258 m) skyscraper called Two Liberty Place