The Best Photography from Google Earth

The Best Photography from Google Earth

Today while exploring the web I came across an amazing website that pulls and collects images taken by Google Earth satellites.

The site is called Earthglance, and on it you can find extraordinary aerial views of Earth as seen from the perspective of space.

I’ve always been a huge fan of aerial photography, but this tops the charts. Upon my discovery of Earthglance I spend a solid hour or so browsing the site. The beauty in it is that each image is from completely unique areas of the world. From scenic countrysides to overcrowded cities, Earthglance grabs the most raw images of Earth.

Below are a handful of my favorites images from Google Earth.

Rivers in Brasil

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Port Douglass, Australia

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Bologna, Italy

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Google Earth Photography Kuwait

The Mountains of Idaho

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 New Delhi, India

Google Earth Photography India

The Highways of New Orleans

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Lima, Peru

Google Earth Photography Peru


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photography from Google Earth

Rome, Italy

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photography from Google Earth

Los Angeles, California

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The Deserts of Australia

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Osaka, Japan

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The Coastline of Algeria

photography from Google Earth

The Rocky Terrain of Afghanistan

Photography from Google Earth

Portland, Oregon

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Gradients formed by Rivers

photography by Google Earth

A Train Yard in Baltimore, Maryland.

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The landscape of Mongolia.

photography from Google Earth

To say the least I was inspired by the quality of these images. It isn’t everyday you can see breathtaking views of Earth like these. What was your favorite image? Leave a comment below.

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