Using incredible aerial photography techniques, Sarah Martinet presents Iceland’s landscapes like no photographer has ever done before. Her aerial photos of Iceland—which were taken from an open-window airplane—display curling blue streams, snowy mountains and effortless waterfalls from an entirely new perspective. Check out these surreal aerial photographs of Iceland, then head to the Martinet’s website to purchase some prints.
Browsing ATI By mountains
Getting its name–and deadly reputation–from metamorphic sedimentary mudstone, Colorado’s 14,000 feet tall Maroon Bell peaks are a potentially fatal stunner. While situated a mere 12 miles away from scenic Aspen, mudstone is notoriously weak and is known for fracturing easily, a major hazard for zealous mountain climbers.
To many indigenous groups, this title-bearing mountain (highest mountain the Russian Kamchatka Peninsula and the highest active volcano of Eurasia) represents the origins of the world as we know it. It’s pretty easy to see why.
Could this place be any more stunning? Beyond its stellar bends, the Saar River region is home to quite a few Riesling wine orchards.
These 290 million-year-old stunners are Boulder, Colorado’s pride and joy. Why the odd name? Pioneer women who used flat metal irons to press their clothes saw fit to name these sandstone beauts in their honor.
For many Fins, Nuuksio National Park provides the perfect respite from the hustle and bustle of nearby Helsinki. Home to many endangered or near-threatened species of flora and fauna (namely the illustrious Siberian flying squirrel), Nuuksio is a refuge for eccentric critters and weary city dwellers alike. And with views like the one above, it’s no surprise as to why.