6/8/2017 Lava Field Millard County, Utah, USA 38.968922, -112.472327   Pivot irrigation fields surround a lava field known as The Cinders, in Millard County, Utah. Along with farming, one of the elements of Millard County's economy is fossil digging as Trilobite fossils are relatively common in the region west of Delta.

 

6/8/2017

Lava Field

Millard County, Utah, USA

38.968922, -112.472327

 

Pivot irrigation fields surround a lava field known as The Cinders, in Millard County, Utah. Along with farming, one of the elements of Millard County's economy is fossil digging as Trilobite fossils are relatively common in the region west of Delta.


6/7/2017 Pama, Austria 48.047364, 17.034543 Agricultural development is seen around the village of Pama, Austria. The area has a population of roughly 1,100 and primarily produces wheat, rye, oats, and barley.

6/7/2017

Pama, Austria

48.047364, 17.034543

Agricultural development is seen around the village of Pama, Austria. The area has a population of roughly 1,100 and primarily produces wheat, rye, oats, and barley.


  6/6/2017 Everglades National Park Everglades, Florida 25.287296, -80.900452   Everglades National Park in Florida is the largest tropical wilderness in the United States east of the Mississippi River, covering more than 1.5 million acres. The park was established in 1934 to protect the area’s fragile ecosystem and is home to 36 threatened or protected species including the American crocodile and West Indian manatee.  

 

6/6/2017

Everglades National Park

Everglades, Florida

25.287296, -80.900452

 

Everglades National Park in Florida is the largest tropical wilderness in the United States east of the Mississippi River, covering more than 1.5 million acres. The park was established in 1934 to protect the area’s fragile ecosystem and is home to 36 threatened or protected species including the American crocodile and West Indian manatee.

 


  6/2/2017 Paris, France 48.858588, 2.341184   Paris was the site of the 2016 Climate Agreement signed by 192 countries across the globe. The goal of the agreement is to unite as one planet to reduce the risks of global warming across our Earth. On June 1st, the United States became the first major nation to back out of the agreement, joining Syria (engaged in Civil War) & Nicaragua (did not think the agreement went far enough) as the only countries to not participate. /// Let’s use this opportunity to come together and start a discussion about what we can do to create the smarter, sustainable future that our planet deserves. 

 

6/2/2017

Paris, France

48.858588, 2.341184

 

Paris was the site of the 2016 Climate Agreement signed by 192 countries across the globe. The goal of the agreement is to unite as one planet to reduce the risks of global warming across our Earth. On June 1st, the United States became the first major nation to back out of the agreement, joining Syria (engaged in Civil War) & Nicaragua (did not think the agreement went far enough) as the only countries to not participate. /// Let’s use this opportunity to come together and start a discussion about what we can do to create the smarter, sustainable future that our planet deserves. 


  5/29/2017 Harris Cattle Ranch San Joaquin Valley in California 36.305402, -120.258655   Harris Cattle Ranch is located in the San Joaquin Valley in California. Spanning 800 acres with a a cattle population of over 100,000, the facility produces 150 million pounds of beef per year, making it the largest beef producer on the West Coast of the United States.

 

5/29/2017

Harris Cattle Ranch

San Joaquin Valley in California

36.305402, -120.258655

 

Harris Cattle Ranch is located in the San Joaquin Valley in California. Spanning 800 acres with a a cattle population of over 100,000, the facility produces 150 million pounds of beef per year, making it the largest beef producer on the West Coast of the United States.


  5/28/2017 Plaza Del Ejecutivo Mexico City, Mexico 19.419710, -99.088156   Radiating streets surround the Plaza Del Ejecutivo in the Venustiano Carranza district of Mexico City, Mexico.   

 

5/28/2017

Plaza Del Ejecutivo

Mexico City, Mexico

19.419710, -99.088156

 

Radiating streets surround the Plaza Del Ejecutivo in the Venustiano Carranza district of Mexico City, Mexico. 

 


  5/27/2017 Crater Lake Fort Klamath, Oregon, USA Crater Lake is located in Fort Klamath, Oregon, USA. The awe-inspiring, intense blue water sits in a crater that was formed 7,700 years ago by the collapse of a volcano, Mount Mazama. As no rivers flow into or out of the crater, the evaporation is compensated for by rain and snowfall. At 1,943 feet (592 meters), the lake is the deepest in the United States.

 

5/27/2017

Crater Lake

Fort Klamath, Oregon, USA

Crater Lake is located in Fort Klamath, Oregon, USA. The awe-inspiring, intense blue water sits in a crater that was formed 7,700 years ago by the collapse of a volcano, Mount Mazama. As no rivers flow into or out of the crater, the evaporation is compensated for by rain and snowfall. At 1,943 feet (592 meters), the lake is the deepest in the United States.


5/26/2017 Toledo, Spain 39.858264, -4.024749 Check out this incredible drone shot of Toledo, Spain. The city is located in central Spain and is home to roughly 80,000 residents. Located on a mountaintop with sweeping views, Toldeo is often recognized for its historic sites, including the Alcázar and the Zocodover.   Drone photo by: Martin Sanchez

5/26/2017

Toledo, Spain

39.858264, -4.024749

Check out this incredible drone shot of Toledo, Spain. The city is located in central Spain and is home to roughly 80,000 residents. Located on a mountaintop with sweeping views, Toldeo is often recognized for its historic sites, including the Alcázar and the Zocodover.  

Drone photo by: Martin Sanchez


5/25/2017 Iron Ore Mine Tailings Pond Negaunee, Michigan, USA 46·407676°, –87·530954° Tailings are the waste and by-products generated by mining operations. The tailings seen here were pumped into the Gribbens Basin, next to the Empire and Tilden Iron Ore Mines in Negaunee, Michigan, USA. Once the materials are pumped into the pond, they are mixed with water to create a sloppy form of mud known as slurry. The slurry is then pumped through magnetic separation chambers to extract usable ore and increase the mine’s total output. For a sense of scale, this Overview shows approximately 2.5 square kilometers (1 square mile) of the basin. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe  

5/25/2017

Iron Ore Mine Tailings Pond

Negaunee, Michigan, USA

46·407676°, –87·530954°

Tailings are the waste and by-products generated by mining operations. The tailings seen here were pumped into the Gribbens Basin, next to the Empire and Tilden Iron Ore Mines in Negaunee, Michigan, USA. Once the materials are pumped into the pond, they are mixed with water to create a sloppy form of mud known as slurry. The slurry is then pumped through magnetic separation chambers to extract usable ore and increase the mine’s total output. For a sense of scale, this Overview shows approximately 2.5 square kilometers (1 square mile) of the basin.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

 


5/24/2017 Tel Aviv Israel  32.086413, 34.766969 Located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, Tel Aviv is the second largest city in Israel and is recognized as the country's financial center and a major technology hub. With a city plan dating back to the 1920’s, Tel Aviv was constructed with a hierarchical system of streets laid out in a grid and large blocks consisting of small-scale dwellings that surround central, open spaces. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe  

5/24/2017

Tel Aviv

Israel 

32.086413, 34.766969

Located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, Tel Aviv is the second largest city in Israel and is recognized as the country's financial center and a major technology hub. With a city plan dating back to the 1920’s, Tel Aviv was constructed with a hierarchical system of streets laid out in a grid and large blocks consisting of small-scale dwellings that surround central, open spaces.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

 


Henderson Island  Pitcairn Islands -24.335178, -128.310435 Henderson Island is a 14.4 square mile uninhabited landmass in the South Pacific Ocean. Recent studies have revealed that this area has the highest density of plastic that has washed up onshore of any area on the globe. It is estimated that the island’s shores now contain 37.7 million items of debris that weigh a total of 17.6 tonnes. Source imagery: Digitalglobe

Henderson Island 

Pitcairn Islands

-24.335178, -128.310435

Henderson Island is a 14.4 square mile uninhabited landmass in the South Pacific Ocean. Recent studies have revealed that this area has the highest density of plastic that has washed up onshore of any area on the globe. It is estimated that the island’s shores now contain 37.7 million items of debris that weigh a total of 17.6 tonnes.

Source imagery: Digitalglobe


5/20/22017 Whirlpool Perth, Australia    Check out this amazing drone shot of a whirlpool in Perth, Western Australia. Whirlpools are caused by the meeting of two opposing currents, causing water to spin around rapidly. This particular whirlpool was likely caused by a combination of big swell, receding tide, and a nearby rock wall. Photo by: Chris White

5/20/22017

Whirlpool

Perth, Australia 

 

Check out this amazing drone shot of a whirlpool in Perth, Western Australia. Whirlpools are caused by the meeting of two opposing currents, causing water to spin around rapidly. This particular whirlpool was likely caused by a combination of big swell, receding tide, and a nearby rock wall.

Photo by: Chris White


5/19/2017 Wadi Rum Jordan 29.572469, 35.420807 Wadi Rum is a village in Jordan that has been populated by humans since prehistoric times (8th century BC). Early inhabitants left they 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 Rouge One. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe  

5/19/2017

Wadi Rum

Jordan

29.572469, 35.420807

Wadi Rum is a village in Jordan that has been populated by humans since prehistoric times (8th century BC). Early inhabitants left they 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 Rouge One.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

 


5/13/2017 Western Europe  Europe Check out this stunning view of Western Europe with the the aurora borealis in the background from the International Space Station! This photo was taken 250 miles above our home planet by astronaut Thomas Pesquet. The major cities of Germany and Belgium are both illuminated in this shot. Photo taken by Thomas Pesquet    

5/13/2017

Western Europe 

Europe

Check out this stunning view of Western Europe with the the aurora borealis in the background from the International Space Station! This photo was taken 250 miles above our home planet by astronaut Thomas Pesquet. The major cities of Germany and Belgium are both illuminated in this shot.

Photo taken by Thomas Pesquet

 

 


5/12/2017 Uummannaq Fjord Greenland 70.676582, -52.097400 Ice melt in the Uummannaq Fjord in Greenland is seen in this Overview. The edges of Greenland’s ice sheet melt every summer; however, because the sheet is steepest at the edge, and flatter towards the middle, the warming of summer exposes a larger area of ice to melting every year. This particular Fjord is the second largest in eastern Greenland behind the Kangertittivaq Fjord. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

5/12/2017

Uummannaq Fjord

Greenland

70.676582, -52.097400

Ice melt in the Uummannaq Fjord in Greenland is seen in this Overview. The edges of Greenland’s ice sheet melt every summer; however, because the sheet is steepest at the edge, and flatter towards the middle, the warming of summer exposes a larger area of ice to melting every year. This particular Fjord is the second largest in eastern Greenland behind the Kangertittivaq Fjord.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


5/11/2017 La Latina Madrid, Spain 40.411495, -3.710983 La Latina is a neighborhood in the center of Madrid, Spain. The neighborhood was named after and old hospital of the same name that was founded in 1499. In this lower left of this Overview, you can also see the popular Mercado de la Cebada market, with its multi-colored rooftop. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe  

5/11/2017

La Latina

Madrid, Spain

40.411495, -3.710983

La Latina is a neighborhood in the center of Madrid, Spain. The neighborhood was named after and old hospital of the same name that was founded in 1499. In this lower left of this Overview, you can also see the popular Mercado de la Cebada market, with its multi-colored rooftop.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

 


5/10/2017 Nusa Penida Bali, Indonesia  -8.752065, 115.473136 Two secluded beaches are seen on the island of Nusa Penida, located off the southeastern coast of Bali. The island has come to be the unofficial bird sanctuary for numbers of endangered Balinese and Indonesian bird species, most notably the Bali Starlin. Source imagery:  DigitalGlobe  

5/10/2017

Nusa Penida

Bali, Indonesia 

-8.752065, 115.473136

Two secluded beaches are seen on the island of Nusa Penida, located off the southeastern coast of Bali. The island has come to be the unofficial bird sanctuary for numbers of endangered Balinese and Indonesian bird species, most notably the Bali Starlin.

Source imagery:  DigitalGlobe

 


5/9/2017 Sheep's Meadow Central Park, New York 40.7707835,-73.9776182 Sheep Meadow covers 15 acres on the west side of Central Park in New York. As seen in this Overview, the meadow often draw massive crowds of sunbathers looking for a place to lay out, and can attract up to over 30,000 visitors a day in the summer months. Source imagery: NearMap   

5/9/2017

Sheep's Meadow

Central Park, New York

40.7707835,-73.9776182

Sheep Meadow covers 15 acres on the west side of Central Park in New York. As seen in this Overview, the meadow often draw massive crowds of sunbathers looking for a place to lay out, and can attract up to over 30,000 visitors a day in the summer months.

Source imagery: NearMap 

 


5/7/2017 New Delhi Delhi, India 28.615593, 77.209023 New Delhi serves as the capital of India and is home to more than 21 million residents in its metro area. Officially inaugurated in February 1931, the city was planned by British architects Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker. Their design centered around two promenades - the Rajpath and the Janpath - that run perpendicular to each other and intersect here at center. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

5/7/2017

New Delhi

Delhi, India

28.615593, 77.209023

New Delhi serves as the capital of India and is home to more than 21 million residents in its metro area. Officially inaugurated in February 1931, the city was planned by British architects Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker. Their design centered around two promenades - the Rajpath and the Janpath - that run perpendicular to each other and intersect here at center.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


5/6/2017 Botanical Garden Australia  -34.988504, 138.718630 Check out this awesome drone shot of the Botanical Garden in Mount Lofty, Australia! The garden is situated on 240 acres on the eastern slopes of Mount Lofty in the Adelaide Hills. The garden includes plants from all around the globe, including South America, China, East Africa, New Zealand, South East Asia and North America. Found on: From Where I Drone Photo by: Bo Le

5/6/2017

Botanical Garden

Australia 

-34.988504, 138.718630

Check out this awesome drone shot of the Botanical Garden in Mount Lofty, Australia! The garden is situated on 240 acres on the eastern slopes of Mount Lofty in the Adelaide Hills. The garden includes plants from all around the globe, including South America, China, East Africa, New Zealand, South East Asia and North America.

Found on: From Where I Drone

Photo by: Bo Le


5/5/2017 Glacier melt Iceland 63.806677, -17.543741 Hundreds of tiny streams caused by glacier melt, merge together in the southern region of Iceland to form an outlet into the North Atlantic Ocean. Rising lava, steam vents, or newly opened hot springs can all cause this rapid ice melt, leading to a sizable release of water that picks up sediment as it flows down from the glaciers. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

5/5/2017

Glacier melt

Iceland

63.806677, -17.543741

Hundreds of tiny streams caused by glacier melt, merge together in the southern region of Iceland to form an outlet into the North Atlantic Ocean. Rising lava, steam vents, or newly opened hot springs can all cause this rapid ice melt, leading to a sizable release of water that picks up sediment as it flows down from the glaciers.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


5/4/2017 Villarrica Chile -39.423184, -71.939279 Villarrica, a volcano in the Chilean Central Valley, is one of the few volcanoes in the world with a lava lake in its crater. Rising 2,860 m (9,380 ft), Villarrica covers an area of 400 square kilometers. The volcano’s most recent serious eruption was in 2015, which caused the evacuation of thousands of people in nearby communities. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

5/4/2017

Villarrica

Chile

-39.423184, -71.939279

Villarrica, a volcano in the Chilean Central Valley, is one of the few volcanoes in the world with a lava lake in its crater. Rising 2,860 m (9,380 ft), Villarrica covers an area of 400 square kilometers. The volcano’s most recent serious eruption was in 2015, which caused the evacuation of thousands of people in nearby communities.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


5/3/2017  Caiji Co China’s Tibet Autonomous Region 31.205285, 85.434498 Pictured here is Caiji Co, a body of water in the Ngari Prefecture of China’s Tibet Autonomous Region. At one point Ngari was the heart of the ancient kingdom of Guge, and later along with Ü and Tsang, composed Ü-Tsang, one of the traditional provinces of Tibet. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

5/3/2017

 Caiji Co

China’s Tibet Autonomous Region

31.205285, 85.434498

Pictured here is Caiji Co, a body of water in the Ngari Prefecture of China’s Tibet Autonomous Region. At one point Ngari was the heart of the ancient kingdom of Guge, and later along with Ü and Tsang, composed Ü-Tsang, one of the traditional provinces of Tibet.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


5/2/2017 Nice Nice, France 43.710195, 7.261873 Nice is the fifth most populated city in France with roughly one million inhabitants. The city also has one or the highest hotel capacities in the country as its visited by more than four million tourists each year. This Overview is also now available in our Printshop. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

5/2/2017

Nice

Nice, France

43.710195, 7.261873

Nice is the fifth most populated city in France with roughly one million inhabitants. The city also has one or the highest hotel capacities in the country as its visited by more than four million tourists each year. This Overview is also now available in our Printshop.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


5/1/2017 L.F. Wade International Airport Bermuda 32.368277, -64.685628 L.F. Wade International Airport is the only airport in the British overseas territory of Bermuda. Due to the island's substantial distance from the nearest land mass, the airport only handles jets and long-range turboprops. The facility accommodates roughly one million passengers every year. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

5/1/2017

L.F. Wade International Airport

Bermuda

32.368277, -64.685628

L.F. Wade International Airport is the only airport in the British overseas territory of Bermuda. Due to the island's substantial distance from the nearest land mass, the airport only handles jets and long-range turboprops. The facility accommodates roughly one million passengers every year.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


4/29/2017 I captured this drone shot last week in Outer Banks, North Carolina. The OBX is a popular vacation destination with numerous beaches and state parks. This particular flight took place over the waves of Nags Head. -Micah Marshall

4/29/2017

I captured this drone shot last week in Outer Banks, North Carolina. The OBX is a popular vacation destination with numerous beaches and state parks. This particular flight took place over the waves of Nags Head. -Micah Marshall


4/28/2017 Evaporation ponds Great Salt Lake, Utah 40.792726, -112.592892 Evaporation ponds in the Great Salt Lake, Utah are pictured in this Overview. The Great Salt Lake contributes an estimated $1.3 billion annually to Utah’s economy, including $1.1 billion from industry, which is mostly due to mineral extraction. Minerals extracted from the lake include sodium chloride, potassium sulfate, and magnesium-chloride. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/28/2017

Evaporation ponds

Great Salt Lake, Utah

40.792726, -112.592892

Evaporation ponds in the Great Salt Lake, Utah are pictured in this Overview. The Great Salt Lake contributes an estimated $1.3 billion annually to Utah’s economy, including $1.1 billion from industry, which is mostly due to mineral extraction. Minerals extracted from the lake include sodium chloride, potassium sulfate, and magnesium-chloride.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


4/27/2017 Skellig Michael County Kerry, Ireland 51.771130, -10.539963 Skellig Michael is an island located roughly seven miles west of the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland. Between the 6th and 8th century a Celtic Christian monastery was established here and was occupied until the 12th century. You may also recognize it as the secret island from the seventh Star Wars movie where Luke Skywalker hides out. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/27/2017

Skellig Michael

County Kerry, Ireland

51.771130, -10.539963

Skellig Michael is an island located roughly seven miles west of the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland. Between the 6th and 8th century a Celtic Christian monastery was established here and was occupied until the 12th century. You may also recognize it as the secret island from the seventh Star Wars movie where Luke Skywalker hides out.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


4/25/2017 Plaça de Tetuan Barcelona, Spain 41.394921°N 2.175507°E Plaça de Tetuan is a major square located in the Eixample district of Barcelona, Spain. The area characterized by its strict grid pattern, octagonal intersections, and apartments with communal courtyards. This Overview also available for purchase in our Printshop Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/25/2017

Plaça de Tetuan

Barcelona, Spain

41.394921°N 2.175507°E

Plaça de Tetuan is a major square located in the Eixample district of Barcelona, Spain. The area characterized by its strict grid pattern, octagonal intersections, and apartments with communal courtyards. This Overview also available for purchase in our Printshop

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


4/24/2017  Alta Wind Energy Center Tehachapi Mountains, California 35.021111, -118.320556 Located in the Tehachapi Mountains of California, the Alta Wind Energy Center is the largest wind farm in the US, and third largest onshore farm in the world. The facility plans to reduce carbon dioxide emission by more then 5.2 million metric tons over the next 25 years, which is roughly the same as eliminating 446,000 cars off the road. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/24/2017

 Alta Wind Energy Center

Tehachapi Mountains, California

35.021111, -118.320556

Located in the Tehachapi Mountains of California, the Alta Wind Energy Center is the largest wind farm in the US, and third largest onshore farm in the world. The facility plans to reduce carbon dioxide emission by more then 5.2 million metric tons over the next 25 years, which is roughly the same as eliminating 446,000 cars off the road.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


Today is Earth Day, celebrated annually on April 22. The first Earth Day occurred in 1970, a little more than a year after this photograph - “Earthrise" - was captured by Apollo 8 astronaut, Bill Anders. The crew was the first to travel beyond Earth's orbit, yet it was Anders description of the mission that says it all: “We went to the moon, but we actually discovered Earth.” /// As you might imagine, this day means quite a lot to us at Daily Overview. Our project was created with the purpose to inspire greater appreciation for our planet and greater awareness of what we are doing to it and how urgent it is to protect it. Today is an opportunity to reflect on our shared home, this place we all inhabit, floating in an infinite sea of darkness. How grateful are we to occupy such a remarkable place. Wherever you are and whatever you do, we hope it is a beautiful day.  Image courtesy of NASA

Today is Earth Day, celebrated annually on April 22. The first Earth Day occurred in 1970, a little more than a year after this photograph - “Earthrise" - was captured by Apollo 8 astronaut, Bill Anders. The crew was the first to travel beyond Earth's orbit, yet it was Anders description of the mission that says it all: “We went to the moon, but we actually discovered Earth.” /// As you might imagine, this day means quite a lot to us at Daily Overview. Our project was created with the purpose to inspire greater appreciation for our planet and greater awareness of what we are doing to it and how urgent it is to protect it. Today is an opportunity to reflect on our shared home, this place we all inhabit, floating in an infinite sea of darkness. How grateful are we to occupy such a remarkable place. Wherever you are and whatever you do, we hope it is a beautiful day. 

Image courtesy of NASA


4/17//2017 Qinghai Lake China 37.000945, 99.892228 The shores of Qinghai Lake in China are captured in this Overview. The lake is the largest in the country, covering 1,667 square miles (4317 square km), which is nearly one and a half times the size of the state of Rhode Island. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/17//2017

Qinghai Lake

China

37.000945, 99.892228

The shores of Qinghai Lake in China are captured in this Overview. The lake is the largest in the country, covering 1,667 square miles (4317 square km), which is nearly one and a half times the size of the state of Rhode Island.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


4/20/2017 “Hidden Beach”  Islas Marietas, Mexico 20.703953, -105.566868 Check out this stunning drone photo of the “Hidden Beach” in Islas Marietas, Mexico. The islands where the beach is located were created thousands of years ago by volcanic activity and are still uninhabited. It takes about one hour by boat to reach the island, which is visited by hundreds of tourist everyday. Found on @fromwhereidrone Drone photo by: Lugo Lugo

4/20/2017

“Hidden Beach”

 Islas Marietas, Mexico

20.703953, -105.566868

Check out this stunning drone photo of the “Hidden Beach” in Islas Marietas, Mexico.
The islands where the beach is located were created thousands of years ago by volcanic activity and are still uninhabited. It takes about one hour by boat to reach the island, which is visited by hundreds of tourist everyday.

Found on @fromwhereidrone

Drone photo by: Lugo Lugo


4/18/2017 Central Park New York, New York 40.783184, -73.965510 Check out Central Park in New York City from our recent helicopter flight with @nyonair. The park was established with 778 acres in 1857, but was expanded to its current size of 843 acres in 1873. In 2013, the space had roughly 40 million visitors, making it the most visited urban park in the United States.  

4/18/2017

Central Park

New York, New York

40.783184, -73.965510

Check out Central Park in New York City from our recent helicopter flight with @nyonair. The park was established with 778 acres in 1857, but was expanded to its current size of 843 acres in 1873. In 2013, the space had roughly 40 million visitors, making it the most visited urban park in the United States.

 


4/16/2017 Warracknabeal Victoria, Australia  -36.255902, 142.395859 Warracknabeal is a town located in the Australian state of Victoria, roughly 205 miles north-west of Melbourne. The small town of 2,745 people has a yearly Easter tradition called the “Y-Fest” that features activities such as a street parade, golf tournament, and waterski spectacular. Source imagery: NearMap

4/16/2017

Warracknabeal

Victoria, Australia 

-36.255902, 142.395859

Warracknabeal is a town located in the Australian state of Victoria, roughly 205 miles north-west of Melbourne. The small town of 2,745 people has a yearly Easter tradition called the “Y-Fest” that features activities such as a street parade, golf tournament, and waterski spectacular.

Source imagery: NearMap


4/15/2017 Øresund Bridge Copenhagen, Denmark 55.571592, 12.843175 Stretching nearly 5 miles, the Øresund Bridge is the longest combined road and rail bridge in Europe. The bridge, which then becomes a tunnel, joins together two metropolitan areas - the Danish capital city, Copenhagen, and the Swedish city of Malmö. The bridge itself has a mass of 82,000 tonnes and supports two railway tracks and four road lanes. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/15/2017

Øresund Bridge

Copenhagen, Denmark

55.571592, 12.843175

Stretching nearly 5 miles, the Øresund Bridge is the longest combined road and rail bridge in Europe. The bridge, which then becomes a tunnel, joins together two metropolitan areas - the Danish capital city, Copenhagen, and the Swedish city of Malmö. The bridge itself has a mass of 82,000 tonnes and supports two railway tracks and four road lanes.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


4/14/2017 Sarychev Peak Matua Island, Russia 48.090798, 153.199718 Sarychev Peak is located on Matua Island in the Kuril Islands of Russia. When the volcano erupted June on 11, 2009, the expulsion of debris caused significant interruption with air traffic between east Asia and North America. The eruption was also so great that astronauts aboard the International Space Station were able to photograph the plumes of ash and smoke rising from its cone as the force of its shock waves dispersed all clouds out of the line of sight. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/14/2017

Sarychev Peak

Matua Island, Russia

48.090798, 153.199718

Sarychev Peak is located on Matua Island in the Kuril Islands of Russia. When the volcano erupted June on 11, 2009, the expulsion of debris caused significant interruption with air traffic between east Asia and North America. The eruption was also so great that astronauts aboard the International Space Station were able to photograph the plumes of ash and smoke rising from its cone as the force of its shock waves dispersed all clouds out of the line of sight.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


4/13/2017 Superkilen Copenhagen, Denmark 55.699733°, 12.541789° Tomorrow I will be traveling to Copenhagen, Denmark for the first time! One place I definitely want to check out is Superkilen — a public park in the Nørrebro district of the city. The colorful space aims to celebrate global diversity, designed as a universal exposition with ideas and artifacts gathered from over 50 countries around the world. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/13/2017

Superkilen

Copenhagen, Denmark

55.699733°, 12.541789°

Tomorrow I will be traveling to Copenhagen, Denmark for the first time! One place I definitely want to check out is Superkilen — a public park in the Nørrebro district of the city. The colorful space aims to celebrate global diversity, designed as a universal exposition with ideas and artifacts gathered from over 50 countries around the world.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


4/12/2017 Fruit orchards Huelva, Spain 37.714546°, -6.532834° Fruit trees swirl on the hills of Huelva, Spain. The climate here is ideal for this growth with an average temperature of 17.8° C (64° F) and a relative humidity between 60% and 80%. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/12/2017

Fruit orchards

Huelva, Spain

37.714546°, -6.532834°

Fruit trees swirl on the hills of Huelva, Spain. The climate here is ideal for this growth with an average temperature of 17.8° C (64° F) and a relative humidity between 60% and 80%.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


4/11/2017 Mexico City Mexico City, Mexico 19.407452, -99.027845 With a population of 21.2 million people, Greater Mexico City is second-largest metropolitan area in the Western Hemisphere. The Nezahualcoyotl District is seen here. By the 1990s Mexico City had become infamous as one of the world's most polluted cities, but has improved the air quality of the city drastically since to be roughly comparable to Los Angeles. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/11/2017

Mexico City

Mexico City, Mexico

19.407452, -99.027845

With a population of 21.2 million people, Greater Mexico City is second-largest metropolitan area in the Western Hemisphere. The Nezahualcoyotl District is seen here. By the 1990s Mexico City had become infamous as one of the world's most polluted cities, but has improved the air quality of the city drastically since to be roughly comparable to Los Angeles.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe



4/10/2017 The Kufra Basin Libya 24.129228, 23.218823 The Kufra Basin in the Sahara Desert of Libya is one of the most heavily irrigated oases in the world. The Libyan government enacted a plan in the 1970’s to enable agricultural cultivation in the desert by extracting water from the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System, a non-renewable source of fossil water located beneath the surface. Because the area receives only one inch of rain per year, the acquirer is now nearly dried up. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/10/2017

The Kufra Basin

Libya

24.129228, 23.218823

The Kufra Basin in the Sahara Desert of Libya is one of the most heavily irrigated oases in the world. The Libyan government enacted a plan in the 1970’s to enable agricultural cultivation in the desert by extracting water from the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System, a non-renewable source of fossil water located beneath the surface. Because the area receives only one inch of rain per year, the acquirer is now nearly dried up.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


4/6/2017 Lamberts Point Pier 6 Norfolk, Virginia  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. Source imagery: NearMap  

4/6/2017

Lamberts Point Pier 6

Norfolk, Virginia 

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.

Source imagery: NearMap

 


4/5/2017 Albenga Albenga, Italy 44.049985, 8.216569 Albenga is a city situated on the Gulf of Genoa in Italy. The economy of Albenga is primarily driven by tourism, local commerce, and agriculture. When viewing the town from above, it’s easy to see the amount of space dedicated to agriculture because of the widespread use of greenhouses or “plasticulture.“ The use of plastic covering is designed to increase produce yield, increase produce size, and shorten growth time. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/5/2017

Albenga

Albenga, Italy

44.049985, 8.216569

Albenga is a city situated on the Gulf of Genoa in Italy. The economy of Albenga is primarily driven by tourism, local commerce, and agriculture. When viewing the town from above, it’s easy to see the amount of space dedicated to agriculture because of the widespread use of greenhouses or “plasticulture.“ The use of plastic covering is designed to increase produce yield, increase produce size, and shorten growth time.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


4/4/2017 Bingham Canyon Mine Salt Lake City, Utah 40.523000, -112.151000 The Bingham Canyon Mine is an open-pit mine in Salt Lake City, Utah. At 2.5 miles wide and 0.6 miles deep, it is the largest man made excavation in the world. On April 10th, 2013, a landslide took place at the pit that was the single largest non-volcanic landslide to ever happen in North America. The amount of debris that fell into the mine was roughly equivalent to 1/6 of the volume of all humans alive on Earth. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/4/2017

Bingham Canyon Mine

Salt Lake City, Utah

40.523000, -112.151000

The Bingham Canyon Mine is an open-pit mine in Salt Lake City, Utah. At 2.5 miles wide and 0.6 miles deep, it is the largest man made excavation in the world. On April 10th, 2013, a landslide took place at the pit that was the single largest non-volcanic landslide to ever happen in North America. The amount of debris that fell into the mine was roughly equivalent to 1/6 of the volume of all humans alive on Earth.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


4/3/2017 Mount Fuji Japan 35.358056, 138.731111 Standing at 12,389 ft, Mount Fuji is the tallest mountain in Japan. Fuji is an active volcano that last erupted December 16, 1707. The eruption did not result in any immediate deaths, but many people died as a result of the volcanic ash that significantly reduced agricultural production, causing many people to starve. It is estimated that between 200,000 and 400,000 people climb Mount Fuji every year. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/3/2017

Mount Fuji

Japan

35.358056, 138.731111

Standing at 12,389 ft, Mount Fuji is the tallest mountain in Japan. Fuji is an active volcano that last erupted December 16, 1707. The eruption did not result in any immediate deaths, but many people died as a result of the volcanic ash that significantly reduced agricultural production, causing many people to starve. It is estimated that between 200,000 and 400,000 people climb Mount Fuji every year.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


4/2/2017 London London, England 51.498118, -0.126489 For the next two weeks, I’ll be exploring the city of London. Situated on the River Thames, the city is the world’s most-visited destination as measured by international arrivals and is recognized for having a diverse range of peoples and cultures. Today I’ll be in the upper half of this Overview to watch the annual Oxford-Cambridge boat race, which runs for 4.2 miles along the river. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/2/2017

London

London, England

51.498118, -0.126489

For the next two weeks, I’ll be exploring the city of London. Situated on the River Thames, the city is the world’s most-visited destination as measured by international arrivals and is recognized for having a diverse range of peoples and cultures. Today I’ll be in the upper half of this Overview to watch the annual Oxford-Cambridge boat race, which runs for 4.2 miles along the river.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe



4/1/2017 Area 51 Nevada, USA 37.235, -115.811111 BREAKING: The U.S. Government has just released highly classified documents pertaining to Area 51 - its research facility in Nevada, USA. The Secretary of Defense will be holding a press conference within the next 24 hours to address the media on the subject. Initial reports seem to suggest that the ex-classified documents detail the reverse engineering of extra-terrestrial technology including weaponry and vehicles. We'll keep you posted if we hear anything else today. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

4/1/2017

Area 51

Nevada, USA

37.235, -115.811111

BREAKING: The U.S. Government has just released highly classified documents pertaining to Area 51 - its research facility in Nevada, USA. The Secretary of Defense will be holding a press conference within the next 24 hours to address the media on the subject. Initial reports seem to suggest that the ex-classified documents detail the reverse engineering of extra-terrestrial technology including weaponry and vehicles. We'll keep you posted if we hear anything else today.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe


3/31/2017 Empire State Building  New York, New York 40.748334, -73.985523 This week I was fortunate enough to take a helicopter flight over NYC with the incredible crew at @nyonair. One of my favorite moments was when we flew over Midtown, allowing me to capture this gorgeous view of the Empire State Building. The structure is the second tallest building in the city, 5th tallest in the United States, and 34th tallest in the world standing at 1,454 feet, with 102 stories. Image taken by Micah Marshall

3/31/2017

Empire State Building 

New York, New York

40.748334, -73.985523

This week I was fortunate enough to take a helicopter flight over NYC with the incredible crew at @nyonair. One of my favorite moments was when we flew over Midtown, allowing me to capture this gorgeous view of the Empire State Building. The structure is the second tallest building in the city, 5th tallest in the United States, and 34th tallest in the world standing at 1,454 feet, with 102 stories.

Image taken by Micah Marshall


3/27/2017  Sand patterns in Salta  Salta, Argentina -22.821924, -65.030245 Sand patterns are seen here in Salta, Argentina. Salta is situated 3780 feet above sea level in the northwest part of the country. The palette of colors in the sand is caused for a variety of reasons. The red occurs from large amounts of iron in the sand that have broken down, and stained the sand a rust color. The black presumably occurs following volcanic activity. The white seen in this Overview is snow covering the tops of the mountains. Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

3/27/2017

 Sand patterns in Salta

 Salta, Argentina

-22.821924, -65.030245

Sand patterns are seen here in Salta, Argentina. Salta is situated 3780 feet above sea level in the northwest part of the country. The palette of colors in the sand is caused for a variety of reasons. The red occurs from large amounts of iron in the sand that have broken down, and stained the sand a rust color. The black presumably occurs following volcanic activity. The white seen in this Overview is snow covering the tops of the mountains.

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe