Childish and all as it might be, we all love looking out the window of a plane at all the stuff down on the ground, because stuff that we know is huge on the ground just looks so small from way up in the sky. Here are some things that look particularly cool from an aerial point of view.
Camels In The Desert
Gulf Of Alaska
This happens when the water from one of rivers enters the sea with a particularly large amount of sediment (soils and rocks and shit) contained in it.
Aerospace Centre, Arizona
Burning Man Festival
Central Park, New York City
Bowling Green Bay National Park, Australia
Moscow During Winter
Mount Cleveland, Alaska, Erupting
Luxury Tents At Glastonbury Music Festival
Machu Picchu, Peru
Palm Jumeirah, Dubai
This man-made island cost over $12 billion to construct, and has a very high maintenance cost as well.
Uruguay River And One Of Its Tributaries Meeting In Argentina
The reason for the different coloured water is again down to the different sediment being carried by each of the rivers, just like in the Gulf Of Alaska.
The Burren, Co. Clare
Tulip Fields In The Amsterdam Region Of The Netherlands
Xico Volcano Near Chalco, Mexico
Nazca Lines, Peru
What makes these so impressive is that they were drawn by the Nazca people way back between 400 and 650 AD.
Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Harbour Of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Grand Canyon, Arizona