MORE AERIAL PHOTOS
Added on: 8th Feb 2015
SATELLITE DISHES ON THE ROOFS OF
One of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, the contrast
of old architecture and new technology are juxtaposed in this photograph.
GREENHOUSES IN SAN AUGUSTIN NEAR
ALMERÍA ANDALUSIA, SPAIN
Known in Spanish as “invernaderos” these greenhouses allow farmers
in the region to grow crops all year round and over 70% of the
product is shipped to the rest of Europe.
LUMBER YARD IN PORT GENTIL, GABON
The country of Gabon enjoys a per capita income nearly four times that of
any other Sub Saharan country primarily due to its more advanced
economic infrastructure centred around timber processing and mining.
PIGEON HOUSES IN THE MIT GAHMR DELTA, EGYPT
These are actual houses constructed for pigeons. Known as dovecotes
they are constructed out of natural mud brick and collect dropping
from the birds that are then used for fertilizer.
IRAQI TANK GRAVEYARD IN THE DESERT
NEAR AL JAHRAH, KUWAIT
Quite often whenever a war is over the defunct tanks and other military
equipment are left to rot as you can see here.
THE SEPARATION WALL BUILT BY ISRAEL
IN THE WEST BANK
Upon completion the Israeli West Bank Barrier will run approximately 430
miles along the border of the West Bank consisting of concrete wall,
fences, and vehicle barrier trenches.
MACHU PICCHU, PERU
Located on a mountain ridge overlooking the Urubamba Valley,
Machu Picchu has often been called the “City of the Incas”. Its
foundations were laid sometime in the 15th century but construction
was abandoned after the Spanish Conquest.
CATTLE NEAR THE MASAI MARA NATIONAL PARK, KENYA
Known to locals only as “The Mara” this large game preserve in
southern Kenya is well known for having large groups of
zebra wildebeest, and gazelle pass through its territory on their