NEW YORK – The most vivid imaginations would do well to dream up some of the stunning, and at times perplexing, patterns and colours found when we take a bird’s eye view of some of the world’s most majestic cities and remote landscapes.
The Swakopmund Saltworks at the edge of the Namib Desert looks more like Mars than anything found on Earth while rice paddies in Madagascar resemble the world of a skilled cake decorator.
Male is magnificent from the air with it’s otherwise uninspiring blocks of buildings bursting with the bright colour usually associated with the surround calm ocean waters while the Blue and Golden cities of Rajasthan in India are sights to behold.
New York’s Central Park is an oasis for those who frequent the Big Apple, and an awesome site from above where we realise the full extent of its imprint on skyscraper-packed Manhattan.
Iconic sights often shine from any angle, but it’s especially the case from above when it comes to the walled Old City in Dubrovnik and Paris at twilight as The Arc de Triomphe becomes the focal point of the skyline…