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Aerials in Iceland by Dieter Schweizer

Aerials in Iceland by Dieter Schweizer

Aerial view of a glacial river in Iceland http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/wilderness-resources/blogs/12-gorgeous-photos-of-icelands-icy-waterscapes

12 gorgeous photos of Iceland's icy waterscapes

Russian photographer Andre Ermolaev offers a unique aerial perspective of Iceland's arresting landscapes.

https://flic.kr/p/og4tYp | Archive: Ganges River Delta (Archive: NASA, Space Shuttle, 11/19/05) | Featured in this view is the Ganges River delta, seen by an STS-87 crewmember. A glacier at about 22,100 feet in the Himalayas is the source of the Ganges River. Hundreds of miles later and joined by other tributaries the Ganges delta enters the Bay of Bengal. The delta, at 200 miles wide (320 kilometers) is one of the most fertile and densely populated regions of the world. The eastern side of…

This is a satellite photo of the Ganges. It is a good example of pattern replication in nature. The twisting lines of the rivers are in fact approximate fractals.

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Les magnifiques paysages vus d'en haut de Gabriel Scanu

Drone photography is becoming more and more of a common thing, and we're certainly not complaining about that. Some of the shots drone photographer Gabriel Scan

10 fotos aéreas del concurso National Geographic que te harán ver el mundo de…

10 fotos aéreas del concurso National Geographic que te harán ver el mundo de otra forma

Aerial Highlights from the 2015 Nat Geo Traveler Photo Contest River of Thjorsa largest river in Iceland - © Sean Ensch - ATM 33 results on TinEye

Klaus Leidorf | aerial photography

Le laboureur est un bon graphiste ! / The plouwman is a good graphic designer ! / Photo by Klaus Leidorf.

Aerial View of the Icelandic Rivers - At a first glance these photos almost look like satellite imagery of a distant planet. These photos were actually taken from a light aircraft traveling at 800m (2625 ft) above the ground by Andrei Yermolayev

aerial view of the icelandic rivers - at a first glance these photos almost look like satellite imagery of a distant planet. these photos were actually taken from a light aircraft traveling at ft) above the ground by andrei yermolayev

Huge stone circles discovered by air in the Middle East have been imaged with high resolution, revealing their age and other intriguing details. These aerial images suggest the Big Circles were created at least 2,000 years ago, possibly dating to prehistoric times. - Image Credit: David L. Kennedy

Photos: Aerial Images Reveal Mysterious 'Big Circles' in Middle East

Huge stone circles discovered by air in the Middle East have been imaged with high resolution, revealing their age and other intriguing details. Here's a look at the "Big Circles," which have puzzled scientists for decades.

Aerial photography by Kacper Kowalski

Kacper Kowalski - wystawa `Wzorki polskie` w Warszawie - Wystawy - Wystawy w Polsce

Aerial View of a Braided and Meandering River in Brooks Range, Gates of the Arctic National Park, Patrick Endres

Aerial View of a Braided and Meandering River in Brooks Range, Gates of the Arctic National Park, Patrick Endres

Aerial photos of Iceland look like abstract paintings.  Photos by Russian photographer, Andre Ermolaev.

Aerial photos of Iceland look like abstract paintings. Photos by Russian photographer, Andre Ermolaev.

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