Coal trains

Alliance, Nebraska, USA

42.082523321°, -102.890045721°


Coal trains - some full, others empty - idle in a railyard next to a pivot irrigation circle in Alliance, Nebraska, USA. The city is located in the Powder River Basin - one of the world’s largest coal-mining areas - and serves as a stopping point for trains en route to power plants in the Midwest and Southern parts of the country.





Paris, France

48.855362595°, 2.312300696°


Today is Bastille Day, or La Fête Nationale as its known in France. The French National Day commemorates the Storming of the Bastille (a fortress and prison) on July 14, 1789 in Paris at the the culmination of a violent revolution that begun two days earlier. To commemorate the holiday we’ve captured this high-level Overview of Paris. From this vantage point you can see many of the city's famous landmarks such as the Arc De Triomphe (top left), the Grand Palais (center), and the Jardin des Tuileries (center right).



Mussel nurseries

Galicia, Spain

42.576312, -8.859047


Mussel cultivation in the Ría de Arousa saline estuary off the coast of Galicia, Spain is the highest in the world. Floating rafts contain the nurseries where the mollusks grow on ropes until they are large enough to harvest. Mussel production has thrived here because there is an usually high concentration of phytoplankton in the water, providing the mussels with a protein-rich diet.





Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl

Mexico City, Mexico

19°24′00″N 98°59′20″W


This Overview captures the tightly gridded streets of Nezahualcóyotl, a municipality of Mexico City. With a population of more than one million (all of Mexico City contains approximately nine million), the area is home to many of the capital’s citizens who have migrated there from other parts of the country.

We're excited to announce that a print of this Overview will be on display at our first gallery show - "New perspectives from above” - that starts this week. There will be an opening reception Tuesday night from 7-9pm at Cloud Gallery (66 West Broadway). Prints will be on display until August 14th so hopefully our followers in NYC can check it out!



Desert Shores Community

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

36.210783623°, -115.267039551°


The Desert Shores Community in Las Vegas, Nevada contains 3,351 units and four man-made lakes.



Sepang Goldcoast Resort

Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia

2.598436380°, 101.683152693°


We’re feeling very tropical with this Overview of the Sepang Goldcoast Resort in Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia. The hotel features over-water bungalows that extend out in a palm-shaped formation into the calm waters of the Malacca Straits.



Incheon International Airport

Incheon, South Korea

37°27′48″N 126°26′24″E


Incheon International Airport is located thirty miles west of Seoul, South Korea. The airport is one of the busiest in the world (23rd by annual passenger traffic at 47+ million) and also one of the most efficient. Airport authorities claim that the average departure and arrival at Incheon take only 19 minutes and 12 minutes, respectively. These times are significantly lower than the international average of 60 minutes for departures and 45 minutes for arrivals.



Arizona State Prison Complex - Perryville

Goodyear, Arizona, USA

33°28′14″N 112°26′30″W


The Arizona Department of Corrections facility in Goodyear, Arizona is surrounded by fields of lettuce, cabbage, and red potatoes. The prison holds 2,382 inmates across eight housing units (only one is pictured here). This Overview is part of a collaborative photo essay that we just released with Fusion to detail how prisons have become a part of the American landscape, often in plain sight. Check out the full story here.




Moscow Rings

Moscow, Russia

55°45′N 37°37′E


Moscow is the capital and largest city in Russia with 12.2 million residents. The city is organized into five concentric transportation rings that surround the Kremlin. The two innermost rings are seen here.



Soybean fields

São Domingos, Brazil / São Desidério, Brazil

12°22′S 44°58′W


Soybeans fields straddle the border of São Domingos and São Desidério, Brazil. In 2014, Brazil became the world’s top producer of the crop with a harvest of 90 million metric tons.