See Our Beautiful World from a Bird’s Eye

November 11, 2019

Aerial photography-The concept of Aerial photography was started during the time of World War II in which the photos were highlighted with the war planes and attacks that was loved out by the fans of Aerial photography. But this collection of stunning aerial photographs gives us a bird’s-eye-view of these places, casting them in a totally new limelight.

Most of the pictures are well known places around the world and can be easily recognized. The images illustrate just how much a change in perspective can alter with an aerial perspective in mind.

Although taking photographs from a bird’s actual perspective is possible, but most photographers prefer taking pictures like these from hot-air balloons, helicopters, gliders, or high tall structures. A few of the photographs that you will see also seem to be taken from altitudes that even birds couldn’t reach.

For more great examples of eye catching aerial photography, check out these photographs by Kacper Kowalski and Klaus Leidorf (Flickr).

aerial photography of Capetown

Cape Town via imgur

aerial photography Paris

Paris via imgur

aerial photography Shanghai

Shanghai via imgur

aerial photography Turkey

Meskendir Valley, Turkey via Beng Lieu Song

Maze at Longleat, England via

Maze at Longleat, England via

Bird eye view aerial photography Athens

Athens via imgur

Male, Maldives from Bird's Eye

Male, Maldives via Mohamed Abdulla Shafeeg

Marina Bay, Dubai

Marina Bay, Dubai via

Rio De janeiro

Rio De janeiro via Antonello


Vancouver via Evan Lesson

Vatican City

Vatican City via Randy P

Bac Son Valley, Vietnam

Bac Son Valley, Vietnam via Hai Thinh

Terraced Rice Fields, China

Terraced Rice Fields, China via Thierry Bornier


Dubrovnik via Michaelphillipr

Namib Desert, Namibia

Namib Desert, Namibia via Sysaworld Roberto Moiola

Central Park, New York City

Central Park, New York City via Sergey Semenov

A Lake in Pomerania, Poland

A Lake in Pomerania, Poland via Kacper Kowalski


Barcelona via Aldas


Amsterdam  (Source)

Niagara Falls, Canada

Niagara Falls, Canada via

Giza Pyramids, Egypt

Giza Pyramids, Egypt via

Mexico City

Mexico City via Pablo Lopez Luz

Mangroves in New Caledonia

Mangroves in New Caledonia via Yann Arthus


Chicago via Robert




Venice via Yann Arthus


Moscow via imgu