From a different perspective everything looks quite different.
Abstract painting or flower fields? The surface of a distant planet or a city created by human hands? Just looking at the Earth from above, we can truly appreciate the scale of our planet and to realize its greatness. Such images allow you to see the world for what it really is — a world created by a bizarre Union of man and nature.
Musa Bay, Iran ©Benjamin Grant / Satellite images
Spreading pond of toxic waste, Dalhart, TX ©Mishka Henner
Tulip fields in the Netherlands. They bloom in March, but peak flowering occurs in April ©Benjamin Grant / Satellite images
Two highways in Jacksonville, Florida, USA ©Benjamin Grant / Satellite images
RUB al Khali — the largest sand desert in the world; it covers 650 000 km2 and includes parts of Saudi Arabia, Oman, Yemen and the United Arab Emirates ©Benjamin Grant / Satellite images
The road along the frozen river Vistula, Poland © Kacper Kowalski
Nature and man, Poland © Kacper Kowalski
Olive groves cover the hills of the Spanish Cordoba. Approximately 90% of all harvested olives processed into oil, the remaining 10% is eaten as table olives ©Benjamin Grant / Satellite images
Gdynia, Poland ©Kacper Kowalski
Ipanema beach is located in the South zone of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Recognized as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The sand is divided here into segments rigs rescue ©Benjamin Grant / Satellite images
Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia, built in the XII century. Is the largest religious monument in the world. There is also a moat and a forest that harmoniously surround the Central Church ©Benjamin Grant / Satellite images
The second largest port in the world, Singapore ©Benjamin Grant / Satellite images
Municipality with a population of 14 000 residents, Arizona, USA ©Benjamin Grant / Satellite images
Winter garden in Tczew © Kacper Kowalski
Region Pomerania, Poland © Kacper Kowalski
The world’s largest air force base in Tucson, contains more than 4,000 retired military and government aircraft, Arizona, USA ©Benjamin Grant / Satellite images
District Derlei beach, Florida, USA ©Benjamin Grant / Satellite images
Gemasolar termonology plant in Seville, Spain. In total, the facility annually emits approximately 30,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide ©Benjamin Grant / Satellite images
The Burning Man festival in the desert of Nevada, USA ©Benjamin Grant / Satellite images
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