30 Amazing Views From Above That Only Birds, Drones, and Satellites Can Get

4 years ago

Many of us have dreamed of flying at least once in our lives for various reasons. For some, flying is a great way to get to their school or job faster, and for others, it's a way to enjoy a beautiful view, like birds. A Griffon vulture can fly as high as 37,000 ft. Now imagine looking at the world from that kind of height.

Well, at Bright Side we dream of flying too, so we've put together some views that can only be seen by birds.

Giant pink bunny - Prata Nevoso, Italy

Up with the birds - Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

A Canadian student, Melanie Coles has installed a 55 ft painting of Waldo on a Vancouver rooftop.

Transport Round Point - a touch of editing and it’s awesome again.

Coca-Cola logo, Arica, Arica y Parinacota, Chile

The Crookedest Street in the World - San Francisco, CA, US

A drone shot above Huia Dam in New Zealand

Spaghetti Junction, Atlanta, Georgia, US

A drone shot with a little editing can do wonders.

The KFC logo - Nevada, USA

Tegalalang Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

A hotel in Hawaii, US

In the woods of Honolulu, Hawaii

Firefox logo - Dayton, Oregon, US

"Life Is a Circle" in Sydney, Australia

Somewhere in the midst of a coconut garden

Graveyard of tanks and jets

Chicago Botanical Garden top view

Giant Gulliver in Scotland

Madrid, Spain

"Nature: Infinite Road to Transylvania" - Romania

A woman harvesting water lilies in a pond in the Mekong Delta in Vietnam.

"Curves" in the winter forest

Big Buddha, top view in Hong Kong

A playground in the snow

A beautiful morning for sky jumping practice

How do you like this jump?

A husband and wife team making bricks in Jhalwar City, Rajasthan, India

A portrait of Genghis Khan in Mongolia

Worker and kolkhoz woman - Moscow, Russia

Weren't these images just mesmerizing? It seems some of the most beautiful and interesting scenes come from above, don't they? Don't forget to share this article if you liked it. If you have an amazing aerial shot, feel free to drop it in the comments.

Preview photo credit Google Earth, Google Earth


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