Admire the beauty of the Earth from space
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Inspired by space of astronauts as they look on the Earth from space, Benjamin Grant (New York, USA) and friends have made a "Daily Overview" album, which makes the viewers can hardly believe in their eyes. More specifically, the most of these images were taken by... Google Earth and shared directly to Instagram with a brief caption introducing captured location.
Currently, Benjamin's @dailyoverview Instagram account has over 40,000 followers. Benjamin hopes these pictures will inspire the viewers a different look of the beautiful planet they are living in. He also published the photo albums and sell his photographs in large size for the fans.
Tulip fields in Zeewolde, Netherlands - the country grows the most tulips in the world with about 4.3 billion flower stems per year
The roads lead to the Del Ejecutivo square in Mexico City
Long lines of cars and pickup trucks waiting to be shipped by boat in the Antwerp port, Belgium
Moab Potash Lake, Utah
Gold Coast Bay, Queensland, Australia
Central Park, the most famous park in US
Cargo ships waiting to be in Singapore port - the second most bustling port in the world
Logistics Airport, Southern California, USA with a large parking area can contains 150 aircrafts
Four-leaf clover roads in Michigan, USA
Another intersection in Turbine, Jacksonville, Florida, USA
View of a plane-shaped residential area in central Brazil
Tokai indutrial zone, Japan
Durrat Al Bahrain Development Zone
A marine algae farm near Bali Island, Indonesia
Canola flower fields in China
Heart-shaped Galesnjak Island in Croatia
Famous Niagara Waterall on the border between Canada and the US
Chicken farm in Manteca, California, USA
Corinth Canal in Greece, connecting the Corinth Gulf and the Saronic Gulf, 6.4km long but just 21.4m wide
Garden plants lemon, grape and pumpkin in Mojave Desert, California, USA
By: Michael Patterson