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Check out this incredible drone shot of a frozen lake in Norway. Captured by on a road trip across the country, it reminds us of the unexpected beauty and awe that we can discover from the Overview perspective. (at Stavanger, Norway)

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Aerial view of marshes with seaweed exposed at low tide, Bahia de Cadiz Natural Park, Cadiz, Andalusia, Spain - © Wild Wonders of Europe / Diego Lopez / WWF

Saltern Study 08, Great Salt Lake, UT, 2015

SALT: Fields, Plottings and Extracts Photographer David Burdeny has explored some of the world’s most vibrant salterns in Utah, Mexico, and Australia using aerial photography.

Grammichele is located in Sicily, in southern Italy. The town was constructed in 1693 with a distinctive hexagonal street plan after an earthquake destroyed the nearby, old town of Occhialà.

Grammichele is located in Sicily, in southern Italy. The town was constructed in 1693 with a distinctive hexagonal street plan after an earthquake destroyed the nearby, old town of Occhialà.

Check out this awesome drone shot of the Botanical Garden in Mount Lofty, Australia! The garden is situated on 240 acres on the eastern slopes of Mount Lofty in the Adelaide Hills. The garden includes plants from all around the globe, including South.

Aerial view of Toledo, Spain

Check out this incredible drone shot of Toledo, Spain. The city is located in central Spain and is home to roughly residents. Located on a mountaintop with sweeping views, Toldeo is often recognized for its historic sites, including the.

From 5,000 feet, Australia’s magnificent salt fields reflected in a maze of ethereal blues - The Washington Post

From 5,000 feet, Australia’s magnificent salt fields reflected in a maze of ethereal blues

Photographer Simon Butterworth captured stunning aerial shots of these blue salt fields located in Australia. They are looking like patterns of abstract painting, pretty surreal.

#HTE wind down the hill of Lombard Street which runs from eastCars wind down the hill of Lombard Street

Cars wind down the hill of Lombard Street, which runs from east to west in San Francisco, California, USA. With eight hairpin turns dispersed over a one-block section in the Russian Hill neighborhood, Lombard is often referred to as “the most crooked.

The terraced hillsides of the Douro Valley in northern Portugal are covered with of grape vines that rise steeply from the Douro River below. The region is recognized as the home of port wine - a sweet, red wine that is often served with...

dailyoverview: “ The terraced hillsides of the Douro Valley in northern Portugal are covered with of grape vines that rise steeply from the Douro River below. The region is recognized as the home of port wine - a sweet, red wine that is often served.

From 5,000 feet, Australia’s magnificent salt fields reflected in a maze of ethereal blues - The Washington Post

From 5,000 feet, Australia’s magnificent salt fields reflected in a maze of ethereal blues

From feet, Australia’s magnificent salt fields reflected in a maze of ethereal blues - The Washington Post

From 5,000 feet, Australia’s magnificent salt fields reflected in a maze of ethereal blues - The Washington Post

From 5,000 feet, Australia’s magnificent salt fields reflected in a maze of ethereal blues

Blue Fields Aerial Photography, Behind this breathtaking series is the photographer Simon Butterworth, who captured those images from a light aircraft flying over Useless Loop, located in the southern region of Shark Bay, Western Australia.

From 5,000 feet, Australia’s magnificent salt fields reflected in a maze of ethereal blues - The Washington Post

From 5,000 feet, Australia’s magnificent salt fields reflected in a maze of ethereal blues

'Blue Fields' by Scottish landscape photographer Simon Butterworth is a stunning aerial photography series that could easily be mistaken for oil paintings.

From 5,000 feet, Australia’s magnificent salt fields reflected in a maze of ethereal blues - The Washington Post

From 5,000 feet, Australia’s magnificent salt fields reflected in a maze of ethereal blues

British photographer Simon Butterworth snapped the aerial series feet above the Useless Loop solar salt operation

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