A forklift divides thousands of tires into uniform sections on a large lot in Kwinana Beach, Western Australia. Kwinana Beach is an industrial suburb of Perth that contains several large petro-chemical refineries, including those run by BP and Alcoa. In the 1970s, many residents of the suburb accepted property resumption offers from the local government citing increased pollution, health problems, and other nuisances caused by growing industrial development.

32°13'04.2"S, 115°46'26.7"E

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Beach Haven West is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Stafford Township, New Jersey. The neighborhood, which has about 3,900 residents, was built upon salt marshes beginning in the 1950s. Looking at this Overview, it is evident that Beach Haven West was supposed to continue growing; however, a lack of permits from the Environmental Protection Agency and the Wetlands Protection Act of 1970 prevented it from expanding further across the Mill Creek delta.

39°40'13.5"N, 74°13'59.2"W

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Here's a final reminder that Overviews like this one are now 20% off in our Printshop! Just use the code “HOLIDAY20” to get your discount on any print order. Visit our Printshop to see what’s available! This Overview captures an incredible blanket of tones in the trees of Bow, New Hampshire. With the arrival of colder temperatures, leaves begin to change their colors, creating this marvelous view from above.

43°07'39.5"N, 71°32'36.5"W

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This Overview of Wadi Rum, Jordan, is now 20% off in our Printshop! Just use the code “HOLIDAY20” to get your discount on any print order. Head over to our Printshop now to check out what’s available! Wadi Rum is a village that has been populated by humans since prehistoric times (8th century BC). Early inhabitants left their mark in the form of rock paintings, which have been thoroughly analyzed by historians. The area has also served as a film set for movies such as The Martian and Star Wars Rogue One.

29°35'35.0"N, 35°25'12.0"E

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The “Staten Island Boat Graveyard” is a marine scrapyard located in Arthur Kill on the northern shore of Staten Island, New York. Founded in the 1930s, it serves as a dumping ground for wrecked tugboats, barges, ferries and other vessels from all decades of the 20th century. Some of these boats have historic significance, including the submarine chaser USS PC-1264, the first World War II U.S. Navy ship to have a predominantly African-American crew and the New York City Fire Department fireboat, Abram S. Hewitt, which served as the floating command post at the 1904 sinking of the passenger ferry PS General Slocum, a disaster that killed more than 1,000 people.

40°33'24.9"N, 74°12'55.9"W

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   We are excited to announce our HOLIDAY SALE begins today with 20% off all prints! Check out our Printshop with the link in here:    www.dailyoverview.com/printshop    We also just added five pieces to the Printshop including this one of Broome, Australia! Use coupon code ‘HOLIDAY20’ to get your discount at checkout. Please note, international orders must be placed this week (before 12/1) to guarantee arrival before Christmas. Happy shopping!

We are excited to announce our HOLIDAY SALE begins today with 20% off all prints! Check out our Printshop with the link in here:

www.dailyoverview.com/printshop

We also just added five pieces to the Printshop including this one of Broome, Australia! Use coupon code ‘HOLIDAY20’ to get your discount at checkout. Please note, international orders must be placed this week (before 12/1) to guarantee arrival before Christmas. Happy shopping!


Boats are moored in the waters by Plymouth Rock in Massachusetts, USA. A nearby site onshore is recognized as the disembarkation point of William Bradford and the Mayflower Pilgrims who founded Plymouth Colony in 1620. The following year, in 1621, a feast was held to celebrate a bountiful harvest, which is commonly recognized as the first Thanksgiving.

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Pembrokeshire is a county in the southwest of Wales. The area is home to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which includes a 186-mile walking trail known as the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. This image is on display right now at our exhibition at theprintspace in Shoreditch, London. We're also selling prints of it, and – thanks to theprintspace – we are able to offer FREE shipping throughout Europe during the exhibition, which ends November 26th! Visit dailyoverview.com/printshop/country to take advantage of this exclusive offer.

52°00’52.2”N, 5°05’14.0”W

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The Eixample district in Barcelona, Spain, is characterized by its strict grid pattern and apartments with communal courtyards. This thoughtful and visionary design was the work of Ildefons Cerdà. His plan features broad streets that widen at octagonal intersections to create greater visibility with increased sunlight, better ventilation, and more space for short-term parking. This image is on display right now at our exhibition at theprintspace in Shoreditch, London. We're also selling prints of it, and – thanks to theprintspace – we are able to offer FREE shipping throughout Europe during the exhibition, which ends November 26th! Visit dailyoverview.com/printshop/country to take advantage of this exclusive offer.

41°23′27′′N, 2°09′47′′E

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Greenhouses in Almeria, Spain, cover approximately 20,000 hectares of land (more than 75 square miles). The use of plastic covering (known as "plasticulture") is designed to increase produce yield, increase produce size, and shorten growth time. For a sense of scale, this Overview shows roughly six square miles. This image is on display right now at our exhibition at theprintspace in Shoreditch, London. We're also selling prints of it, and – thanks to theprintspace – we are able to offer FREE shipping throughout Europe during the exhibition, which ends November 26th! Visit dailyoverview.com/printshop/country to take advantage of this exclusive offer.

36°50’25.0”N, 2°28’05.0”W

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Seoul is the capital and largest metropolis of South Korea, with more than 25 million residents in its metropolitan area. Strategically situated on the Han River, Seoul’s history can be traced back more than 2,000 years to 18 BC, when it was founded by members of the Baekje Kingdom. In recent years, the city has experienced massive economic growth and is one of the top 10 wealthiest cities in the world with a GDP of more than $700 billion (USD).

37°34'00.0"N, 126°58'00.0"E

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Check out this Overview, which captures the blooming tulip fields in Lisse, Netherlands. These vibrant flowers are at their peak in April of each year. This incredible image, along with several others, is on display right now at our exhibition at theprintspace in Shoreditch, London. We're also selling prints of it, and – thanks to theprintspace – we are able to offer FREE shipping throughout Europe during the exhibition, which ends November 26th! Visit dailyoverview.com/printshop/country to take advantage of this exclusive offer.

52°16’34.9”N, 4°33’25.5”E

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Chausey is a group of small islands, islets and rocks in the English Channel, off the coast of Normandy, France. The archipelago comprises 365 islands at low tide, but only 52 island at high tide. Grande-Île, the main island, is 0.93 miles (1.5 km) long and 0.3 miles (0.5 km) wide at its widest. It is the only inhabited island in the Chausey group, with roughly 30 residents.

48°52'13.0"N, 1°49'21.0"W

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Paris is the capital and most populous city in France, with a population of roughly 2.2 million. Since the 17th century, it has been one of Europe’s major centers of finance, commerce, fashion, science and the arts.

We’re very excited to display this incredible image – and several others – tonight at the opening of our exhibition at theprintspace in Shoreditch, London. We're also selling prints of it, and – thanks to theprintspace – we're able to offer FREE shipping throughout Europe during the exhibition period! Visit dailyoverview.com/printshop/country/ to take advantage of this exclusive offer. Tonight’s opening runs from 7:00-10:30 p.m. local time, and the exhibition will continue through November 26th.

48°52'08.0"N, 2°18'26.1"E

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Mossel Bay is located on the Cape St. Blaize Peninsula, jutting off of South Africa into the Indian Ocean. The harbor town is home to roughly 130,000 people and is recognized as a center for both tourism and agriculture.

34°11'06.2"S 22°08'25.8"E

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