The Most Astounding Aerial Photography Ever Seen

From the mindblowing 2-million strong tent city of Mecca to the staggering tulip fields of the Netherlands, we take a look at the most astounding aerial photography ever:

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Fort Bourtange Aerial Photography

Fort Bourtange in the Netherlands.

Astounding Aerial Photography Glacial River In Iceland

Can you believe this is real? It's a glacial river in Iceland.

Tent City In Mecca

Over 2 million pilgrims occupy this make-shift tent city outside of Mecca during Hadj.

Lake Natron in Tanzania

Lake Natron in Tanzania.

Aerial Photography Of Eixample Barcelona

This amazing aerial photograph captures the fascinating design of the Eixample district of Barcelona.

Blue Dragon River Aerial Photography

Blue Dragon River of Portugal.

Terraced Rice Fields In Yunna China

Terraced rice fields in Yunna, China.

An Amazing Aerial View Of Amsterdam

An amazing aerial view of Amsterdam and it's canal system.

World War 1 Trenches Aerial Photograph

An aerial photograph of the Loos-Hulluch trench systems in World War 1. British trench lines are on the left, German trench lines are on the right.

Scotsdale Arizona Photograph

Scotsdale, Arizona.

Maldives Aerial Photograph

Male, the capital of the Maldives.

Central Park Aerial Photography

Central Park, New York City.

Aerial Photography Of Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls.

Tulip Fields In The Netherlands

Tulip fields in the Netherlands

Vancouver Canada Aerial Picture

Vancouver, Canada.

Sao Paola Aerial Photograph

Sao Paola

Aerial Photography San Francisco

San Francisco, California

Verdun Cemetery

Cemetery in Verdun, France.

New York City

New York City, New York.

Aerial Photography Bern

Bern, Switzerland.

Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City, Mexico.

Glastonbury Festival In 2013

Glastonbury Festival in 2013

Manhattan And Queens Aerial Photograph

An aerial photograph of Manhattan and Queens, New York.

The Amazon River

The Amazon River.

New York At Night

Aerial photography of New York City at night.

London Aerial Photo

London, United Kingdom.

Bath

Bath, England

Jeju Island

Jeju Island, South Korea.

Iceland River

Another photograph of a river in Iceland.

Hong Kong Aerial Photograph

Hong Kong, China.

Aerial Photography Harvest

Two fields: one has been recently harvested, the other awaits harvesting.

The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon from outer space.

Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury Festival held in Somerset, England.

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Maze, location unknown.

Aerial Photography Red Rocks Amphitheater

Red Rocks Amphitheater, Colorado.

Disneyland In 1962

Disneyland in 1962.

Copenhagen Suburbs Aerial Photography

The suburbs outside of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Aerial Photography Cape Town

Cape Town, South Africa.

An Aerial Photograph Of Burning Man 2013

An aerial photograph of Burning Man 2013.

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