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Aerial Photography

 above the ceiling

 Agricultural landscape near Cognac, Charente, France: 
agricultural landscape france

This photographer, Denis Giles has captured the essence of autumn through this beautiful photograph.
autumn tree tops

A worker rests on bales of cotton in Thonakaha, Korhogo, Ivory Coast. Photograph by Yann Arthus-Bertrand.  He has been capturing unique views of our planet since 1994 in order to promote sustainable living.
cotton bales

Another inspirational photograph by Bertrand. This one is of the mountainous countryside near Maelifellssandue, Myrdalsjokull Region, Iceland.
countryside iceland

This is one of the most stunning aerial photographs ever taken by Robert Campbell.  It is an actual photo of a salt pond taken from an aeroplane. 
cracked pond of rust

Taken during a departure from Munich, this photograph looks like a shot out of a movie.
departure from munich

Cameron Davidson started his aerial photography career in 1980 while he asked a pilot to help him get an 'aerial' view. He was taking snaps for National Geographic at the time.  Over the years, he has taken pictures of all types of landscapes.  The picture below gives us a glimpse of New York city from the bird's eye view.
new york

Paris sunset in gold. This breathtaking view was offered to us by Dutch Dennis.
paris sunset

A chance orbit of the International Space Station permitted the astronauts the stunning view of the Sarychev valcono in an early stage of eruption on June 12, 2009. It is one of the most active volcanoes in the Kuril Island chain and is located on the northwestern end of Matua Island. 
sarychev volcano

Skyline at sunset by Jeff Bartelt.
skyline at sunset

The River:
the river

This photograph is taken by Jason Hawkes. He's taken a number of picture of London at night via a helicopter. This one offers a wonderful view of the tower bridge and the river thames.
tower bridge and thames

Nature at it's very best. Tulip fields near Lisse, Amsterdam Region, Netherlands. Taken by Samuel Leo.

tulip fields

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