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Colorful shipping containers in Portsmouth, Virginia, taken in 2011

FROM WAY UP HIGH

Aerial Perspectives by Alex MacLean – in pictures Shipping containers, Portsmouth, Virginia, USA 2011

Bernhard Lang

Munich-based photographer Bernhard Lang has a stunning series of photographs of a harbor, taken entirely in aerial view.

Las vegas....is it just me or is my OCD on crooked things kicking in..

"Houses and streets in bustling Las Vegas, Nevada are seen in this image from the commercial IKONOS satellite taken in September of (IKONOS image GeoEye) Even houses and streets begin to look like circuit boards (Cora Clarke for Zine Brief)

Harbour aerial views by Bernhard Lang

Photographer Bernhard Lang’s shots of a German shipping center from feet in the air are an amazing and beautiful reminder of what a massive but mostly unseen industry international shipping has become.

Photographer Captures Vibrant Portraits Of Japan Using Multiple-Exposure - DesignTAXI.com

Stephanie Jung's cityscape photographs are chaotic multi-exposure images of the urban landscape in particular Tokyo, Osaka, Shibuya and Nara

George Steinmetz, Beni Isguen, Algeria, 2009

Aerial view of Beni Isguen, the most conservative and exquisitly preserved of the ancient hill towns in Ghardaia, a World Heritage Site.

Bottle racks near Braunschweig, Germany - photo by Yann Arthus-Bertrand;  Not far from Braunschweig, in the north of Germany, an avalanche of mineral water, beer, fruit juice, and soda containers sprawls over a wholesaler’s warehouse lot.

Yann Arthus-Bertrand - Bottle racks near Braunschweig, Germany

Harbour aerial views by Bernhard Lang l #aerialphotography #bernhardlang #shippingharbour

Aerial Views by Bernhard Lang - Aerial Views by Bernhard Lang, a freelance photographer Munich, Germany, is an on-going project that captures the world from a birds eye view.

7/1/2015 Port of Hamburg Hamburg, Germany 53.532581146°, 9.916544334°   The Port of Hamburg - known as Germany’s “Gateway to the World” - is located on the Elbe River in Hamburg. On an average day, the facility is accessed by 28 ships, 200 freight trains, and 5,000 trucks. In total, the port moves 132.3 million tonnes of cargo each year - that’s roughly 1/3 of the mass of all living human beings.

“The Port of Hamburg - known as Germany’s “Gateway to the World” - is located on the Elbe River in Hamburg. On an average day, the facility is accessed by…”

This angle is maybe little too high.  Dolly forward or backwards.  Maybe a seperate idea all together than the head on left right dolly shot.

Andreas Gursky is a German photographer and Professor. Gursky’s images show the…

Descubre la estructura urbana de Barcelona en esta impresionante foto aérea! via Vueling People -  Foto: Aldas Kirvaitis

Barcelona From Above

check out the cool square design in this Barcelona Spain aerial, I'm guessing the tall building is the Gaudi Cathedral "Sagrada Familia" which is so amazing in person; photo by ALDAS KIRVAITIS

Residential area, Beijing, China | 15 Of The Most Incredible Shots Taken From Above

15 Of The Most Incredible Shots Taken From Above

Residential area, Beijing, China | 15 Of The Most Incredible Shots Taken From Above

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