Kim came across an amazing post on Viralnova a few days back and sent it to me thinking it would be something worth sharing. The post is pretty much a collection of pictures which they found from a Reddit user.
I’m sure that we’ve all looked out the window during a flight and been amazed at what we see down below. I don’t do this too often since I am more of an aisle seat person but I find it interesting to see the different shapes and grid-like patterns on the ground. I also love seeing recognizable landmarks which are easy to notice, like baseball fields!
Viralnova includes 30 amazing birds eye views of 30 different places from all over the world in their post.
It’s amazing to see photos of many familiar cities from high above as well as others that I’ve never seen before.
Here are a few of my favorites:
I visited Barcelona during my first trip to Spain. I’ll never forget checking out the still unfinished Sagrada Familia by Antoni Gaudi. It is interesting to see how Sagrada Familia stands out from all of the square blocks around the city.
Kim and I got to visit the Namib Desert during our first trip to Africa. We got to go hiking, sandboarding and quadbike riding but I didn’t get to see the sand dunes from high above… until seeing this photo.
I’ve seen other photos of the Tulip Fields and would love to see them in person. I just wonder if they would look as cool from ground level?
I loved walking down the Champs-Elysees on the way to visiting th Arc de Triomphe. This aerial shot really shows how so many streets branch off from its central point.
Here are a couple that I’ve never seen or heard of before:
I’ve been to over half of the places shown in Viralnova’s post and it is definitely amazing to see them from this very different perspective.
Check out the Viralnova post HERE and let us know which are your favorites!