Snapshots of human impact on the landscape in Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, and Nevada.
A collection of recent aerial images showing the vast diversity of landscapes across China, from cities to mountains, desert to sea shores, and much more.
Source: China From Above - The Atlantic
Today, simply, I present recent images of the Earth, as seen from above. Shot from as close as a few hundred feet away, or as far as a million miles, the variety and beauty of our home planet depicted in these photos continues to amaze.
Ryan Deboodt photographs the world's largest cave with a drone. He describes the video as follows:
"Take an otherworldly journey through Hang Son Doong, the world's largest cave, by both ground and air. Filmed near the entrance and the first and second dolines (skylights) which are 2.5 and 3.5 km inside the cave respectively."
Peter Cox created this video.
He describes the video as follows:
"Want a coffee table book with photographs from these locations? Support the Kickstarter at atlanticlight.ie! For over a year now, I've been working on a project to produce a new book of aerial photographs of Ireland's west coast. While making these images, I've also been shooting video with a view to producing a short film. This represents a highlight reel of the journey to date along the Wild Atlantic Way. If you'd like to learn more and see the upcoming book, please visit the Kickstarter page at atlanticlight.ie. Thanks for watching!"
Video by Peter Cox
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