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"Lonely Tree," Altwis, Switzerland
Condé Nast Traveler saved to Take Me There
“Botanical Garden in Mount Lofty, Australia (by Bo Le)”
Brooke Bragg saved to Art
Aerial photography enables us to capture completely new and uncommonly beautiful views. When we rise above any scene, we discover completely new things. Still, the natural landscape continues to contain reflections, which are capable of rendering a sight far different from how it is in reality. Every reflection—which, in the classical sense, makes the picture more painterly—also detracts from its authenticity.
Bram Stoker did a pretty darn good job promoting Transylvania. I’m sure you must have heard about Dracula! Although my post is not Dracula-related, I’m still going to quote him: “Once again...welcome to my house. Come freely. Go safely, and leave something of the happiness you bring.”
Bored Panda saved to Photography
Photographing from 5,000 feet, Alex Maclean’s pictures show the complexities and hidden patterns of modern life across America and Europe. Maclean’s photos will be exhibited at a London gallery in March 2014.
Kathryn Van Kirk saved to Make ART, not war...
The aerial photographs captured by two British brothers JP and Mike Andrews, aged 33 and 31, show how 'weird and wonderful the world can look from above'.
Lexi Henshel saved to Crafts - Pottery
THESE stunning aerial images from around the world showcase the magnificent beauty of planet earth. Photographer Tobias Hägg captured a bird’s-eye view of mountains, forests and oceans in str…
Romulo Cisneros saved to Travel
Image 24 of 24 from gallery of Unesco's World Heritage Sites Viewed from Space. Created by @dailyoverview, source imagery @maxartechnologies
It may be hard to believe at first, but the photographs in this post are just that: photographs. Though they might look like beautiful abstract paintings,
Ann Hinchcliff saved to Aerial photography