Soekarno-Hatta International Airport

Jakarta, Java, Indonesia



Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta, Indonesia is the 9th busiest airport in the world, serving approximately 57.8 million passengers each year. The boarding pavilions are examples of classic Indonesian architecture with roofs built in the Javanese stepped-roof style.



Plaza Del Ejecutivo

Mexico City, Mexico

19.420511533°, -99.088087122°


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



Port of Antwerp

Antwerp, Belgium

51°16′12″N 4°20′12″E


Automobiles and semi-trailer trucks are unloaded and shipped at the Port of Antwerp in Belgium. In 2014, the facility moved nearly 1.2 million vehicles.



Port vineyards

Douro Valley, Portugal

41.167121280°, -7.773068522°


The terraced hillsides of the Douro Valley in northern Portugal are covered with grape vines that rise steeply from the Douro River below. The region is recognized as the home of port wine - a sweet, red wine that is often served with dessert.



Ferrari World

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

24.483238900°, 54.607439100°


Ferrari World is an amusement park located on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Covering 86,000 square meters, it claims to be the world’s largest indoor theme park and contains "Formula Rossa" - the world's fastest roller coaster.


We just added nine new pieces to our Printshop, including this Overview of the Eixample District in Barcelona, Spain! The visually stunning neighborhood is characterized by its strict grid pattern, octagonal intersections, and apartments with communal courtyards.



Evaporation ponds of Intrepid Potash mine

Moab, Utah, USA

38°29’0.16″N 109°40’52.80″W


The Intrepid Potash Mine in Moab, Utah, USA produces muriate of potash, a potassium-containing salt used widely by farmers in fertilizer. The salt is pumped to the surface from underground deposits and dried in massive solar ponds that vibrantly extend across the landscape. As the water evaporates over the course of 300 days, the salts crystallize out. So why are you seeing such vibrant colors? The water is dyed bright blue to reduce the amount of time it takes for the potash to crystallize; darker water absorbs more sunlight and heat.



Gold Coast Sand Pumping Jetty

Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

-27.937856616°, 153.431123556°


Waves break around the Gold Coast Sand Pumping Jetty in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. The pier is a popular destination for fishermen and the surrounding waters are frequented by surfers. 



Yau Ma Tei Typhoon Shelter

Kowloon, Hong Kong

22.3099°N 114.1570°E


The Yau Ma Tei Typhoon Shelter is located in Kowloon, Hong Kong. During the massive storms that frequently strike the region, fishing boats are protected from gale force winds and rough seas behind the man-made breakwater.



Agricultural development

Huétor-Tájar, Granada, Spain

37°11′41″N 4°02′47″W


Agricultural development surrounds Huétor Tájar, a small town located in the province of Granada, Spain. The primary crops grown in the municipality are asparagus and olives.