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Aerial photograph - Dendritic drainage systems are seen around the Shadegan Lagoon by Musa Bay in Iran Earth And Space, Africa Nature, Vue Satellite, Puente Golden Gate, Aerial Images, Abstract Nature, Patterns In Nature, Organic Patterns, Birds Eye View

Satellites beautifully document our planet's destruction

‘From 30,000 feet, the human stain of oil fields, coal mines and bleached coral reefs look almost otherworldly.’

Tulips fields bloom in Lisse Netherlands. The Dutch produce a Tulips fields bloom in Lisse Netherlands. Photo Satellite, Dutch Tulip, Apple Maps, Tulip Bulbs, Aerial Images, Tulip Fields, Earth From Space, Felder, Penguin Books

Satellites beautifully document our planet's destruction

‘From 30,000 feet, the human stain of oil fields, coal mines and bleached coral reefs look almost otherworldly.’

Ipanema Beach is located in the South Zone of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Recognised as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, the sand is divided into segments by lifeguard towers known as “postos”. (Photo by Benjamin Grant/Penguin Random House) Earth And Space, Drones, City Ville, Aerial Images, Beaches In The World, Most Beautiful Beaches, Birds Eye View, Aerial Photography, Beach Photos

Satellites beautifully document our planet's destruction

‘From 30,000 feet, the human stain of oil fields, coal mines and bleached coral reefs look almost otherworldly.’

 What Is Green Energy? To protect the environment and decrease energy costs, it is important that you have green energy in your home. Solar Energy System, Solar Power, Photo Satellite, Puente Golden Gate, What Is Green, Advantages Of Solar Energy, Thermal Energy, Aerial Images, Earth From Space

Satellites beautifully document our planet's destruction

‘From 30,000 feet, the human stain of oil fields, coal mines and bleached coral reefs look almost otherworldly.’

The Dadaab Refugee Camp in Northern Kenya is the largest facility of its kind in the world, with a total population of people. Hagadera - seen at the right of this Overview - is the camp’s largest section and is home to refugees. Earth And Space, Somali, Earth Photos, Aerial Images, Birds Eye View, New Perspective, Aerial Photography, Planet Earth, Aerial View

Satellites beautifully document our planet's destruction

‘From 30,000 feet, the human stain of oil fields, coal mines and bleached coral reefs look almost otherworldly.’

Benjamin Grant's Overview: A New Perspective of Earth stitches together satellite images to show our planet as we've never seen it before. Aerial Images, Colossal Art, Important Things In Life, New Perspective, Our Planet, Aerial Photography, Amazing Photography, Beautiful Images, New Books

Satellites beautifully document our planet's destruction

‘From 30,000 feet, the human stain of oil fields, coal mines and bleached coral reefs look almost otherworldly.’

A Bird's Eye View - Incredible Aerial Images Of Planet Earth Rotterdam, In China, Still Photography, Aerial Photography, Port Of Singapore, Illusion, Lake Oroville, Puente Golden Gate, Black Rock Desert

Satellites beautifully document our planet's destruction

‘From 30,000 feet, the human stain of oil fields, coal mines and bleached coral reefs look almost otherworldly.’

Burning Man festival in Black Rock Desert, Nevada. --- The good, the bad, and the ugly of humans' impact on the Earth, in 13 aerial photos. Burning Man, Black Rock Desert, Photo Satellite, Aerial Images, Earth From Space, Birds Eye View, Photo Projects, New Perspective, Aerial Photography

Satellites beautifully document our planet's destruction

‘From 30,000 feet, the human stain of oil fields, coal mines and bleached coral reefs look almost otherworldly.’

The Port of Singapore ships a fifth of the world's cargo containers, making it the world's second busiest port. Reprinted with permission from Overview by Benjamin Grant, copyright (c) Published by Amphoto Books, a division of Penguin Random House, Inc. In China, How Beautiful, Beautiful Images, Port Of Singapore, Black Rock Desert, Everything Is Connected, What Image, Still Photography, Aerial Photography

Satellites beautifully document our planet's destruction

‘From 30,000 feet, the human stain of oil fields, coal mines and bleached coral reefs look almost otherworldly.’