A giant’s perspective of the world (15 photos)

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  • Anakrusix

    Wow. Pretty neat shots.

  • steve

    Earth From Above?

    • PandaAssassin

      Am I well endowed?

    • http://www.facebook.com/beau87 Beau Young

      Is bob the gayest dude ever? If so, just reply "^ It would appear so, Cap'n"

  • bob

    ^ It would appear so, Cap'n

    • PandaAssassin

      Thanks bob, I thought so.

    • bigcw

      when you want to make fun of someone, use the reply button

      • http://www.facebook.com/beau87 Beau Young

        Haha, I owned him, though as soon as someone replies after me it won't be ownage anymore. Oh well.

  • Jade

    Not bad. I found a photographer who does aerial photography, John Griebsch. He takes very cool, abstract images from his plane.

    • armida molato

      Mr john Griebsch did these shots? what kind of camera on land he used? Can you share to us mr John Griebsch how you shot these images? Thank you very much

      • armida molato

        Mr John Griebsch, did you also does the aerial photography of AERIAL OF THE WORLD?
        Thank you for sharing it to us.

  • BigDingo

    is 6 meant to be a glory hole for giants?

  • misainzig

    3 looks like a horrible oil painting. Great post.

  • amanda

    I want to camp on 14.

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  • Ohmyguinness

    Where is #14. I wanna go!

  • Coldzilla

    Wow #12


  • Emt

    I might be getting a little out of the way here, but we have to acknowledge that our planet is goddamn BEAUTIFUL! we should take a little more care of it… just saying.

  • metalicass2003

    3 Words for #12




  • http://www.leamichele.info lea michele

    thats a lot of beach front property. albeight man made.

  • Libertariandude

    It would be great with some captions. I'm really curious about some of these places.

  • Sander

    most of these pictures can be found in the books of Yann-Arthus Bertrand. He has some books with aerial photography (365 days earth from above). There you'll find a full description of all these places

  • armida molato


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