Beautiful planet: see the world from a bird’s-eye-view

Beautiful planet: see the world from a bird’s-eye-view

Satellites circle our planet, planes cross the oceans and drones flit across the skies – in the 21st century we are incredibly lucky to be able to view the ground from high above. Things look different from up there and a bird's-eye perspective can make ordinary places look like extraordinary artworks.

Click through the gallery to see incredible aerial images of our planet that look like works of art...

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