Sasang District

Busan, South Korea

35°09′04″N 128°59′24″E


The Sasang District in Busan, South Korea is home to 275,000 people and has a population density of 20,000 inhabitants per square mile.



Poultry Farm

Manteca, California, USA

37.838806704°, -121.146400677°


A poultry farm in Manteca, California, USA. Globally, more than 50 billion chickens are raised per year as a source of food.



Bratsk Pulp Mill

Bratsk, Russia

56.113654870°, 101.602842593°


Timber is frozen in the Angara River by a pulp mill in Bratsk, Russia. A pulp mill is a manufacturing facility that converts trees and wood chips into thick fiber board that is shipped to a paper mill for further processing. The facility in Bratsk has a capacity of 413,000 cubic meters of wood per year.



Green Cathedral

Almere, Netherlands

52.323157°N 5.318778°E


The Green Cathedral or De Groene Kathedraal located near Almere, Netherlands, is an artistic planting of 178 Lombardy poplar trees. The “Cathedral” is 50 m (490 ft) long and 75 m (246 ft) wide, which mimics the exact size and shape of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame, in Reims, France. The artist, Marinus Boezem, also made a clearing in a nearby beech forest of the same shape to suggest that as the poplars decline, beech trees will fill the empty space to symbolize a cycle of growth and decline.




Tokyo Bay, Japan

35°27′47″N 139°52′31″E


Umihotaru, translating as “Sea Firefly,” is an artificial island in Tokyo Bay where the bridge of the Trans-Tokyo Bay Highway turns into a tunnel. The road opened in December of 1997 after 23 years of planning and 9 years of construction at a cost of 1.44 trillion yen ($11.2 billion). The new road reduced the drive between Chiba and Kanagawa, two important industrial regions, from 90 to 15 minutes.


Christmas 2014

St. Peter's Basilica

Vatican City

41°54′8″N 12°27′12″E


Merry Christmas from Daily Overview! St. Peter’s Basilica, located within Vatican City, is regarded as one of the holiest Catholic sites and one of the greatest churches in all of Christendom. 



Montreal at night

Montreal, Canada

45°30′N 73°34′W


Montreal - captured here from the ISS at night - is the second largest metropolis in Canada with more than 1.6 million residents. The city derives its name from Mount Royal, a sizable hill located at its center. Image courtesy of NASA.



Lamberts Point Pier 6

Norfolk, Virginia, USA

36.875248962°, -76.320259862°


Train cars filled with coal are stationed in Norfolk, Virginia. Operated by the Norfolk Southern corporation, Lamberts Point Pier 6 is the largest coal-loading station in the Northern Hemisphere and serves at the temporary depot for the company’s fleet of 23,000 coal cars.


Check out this incredible aerial shot of hot air balloons in Capadoccia, Turkey by @cyclenyc



Spiral Jetty

Great Salk Lae Utah, USA

41°26′16″N 112°40′8″W


Spiral Jetty is an earthwork sculpture by Robert Smithson, consisting of a 1,500-foot-long (460 m), 15-foot-wide (4.6 m) counterclockwise coil jutting from the northeastern shore of the Great Salt Lake in Utah, USA. Smithson reportedly chose this site because of the vibrant colors of the water (salt-tolerant bacteria and algae thrive here in 27% salinity) and its connection with the primordial sea.