Monday, 6 June 2016

The Rare World’s Ariel Photographs, You’ve Never Seen it Before

The planet earth is extremely beautiful, and by seeing these images, you’d take a long breath and feel you’ve never seen it before. A British pilot exposes, winding rivers, glittering skylines, tall peak under infrared light. The earth is best viewed from above, by taking incredible aerial photographs of majestic landscapes. The British pilot Captain Jon Bowles takes the Dubai’s man-made Palm islands from his cockpit at altitudes of up to 40,000ft. 

He has taken some of incredibly photos of K2 peaks, the 2nd highest mountain in the world in Himalayas, Mount Kilimanjaro, Canada's frozen Labrador coast, Great Rift Valley in Africa, Kunlun Mountains in China, Iran's Lake Urmia, Lake Van is the largest lake in Turkey, Padma River in Bangladesh, and the sacred waters of the Ganges Delta and Kunyang Chhish mountain & salt flats of Pakistan. The Bolton based, 55 years old pilot, used a modified Sony Nex 5N camera to capture these breathtaking pictures in a completely different spectrum. His astonishing shooting shows the world in a light impossible for the human eye to detect.

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