15 Breathtaking Images Of Cities Viewed From High Above

reblogged & Shared from Flipboard Picks on Flipboard and see @sbsdsgood author!

and its not a lot to do with Runnymede but the views are awesome!

Whenever you visit a city anywhere in the world, some of the hardest shots to take are those sprawling images of the city beneath you.

Unless you’re way up high in a lookout tower or sneakily taking a few snaps out of the aeroplane window, it’s unlikely you’re ever going to be able to capture that impressive aerial photograph without some serious effort.

But thanks to our friends at One Big Photo, we’re able to bring you a selection of 15 unique cities captured from way up high (even 3,000 ft in the case of Chicago in the US!).

Each will give you an entirely new perspective on some of the most popular and fascinating cities right around the globe and hopefully some inspiration for your next holiday.

Which you have you been too?

3,000 Feet Over Chicago

By Brandon Sharpe

A View From The Lions Head On Cape Town


By Lars Schöning

Good Morning Paris

Vadim Mahorov

Mexico City From Above


By Pablo Lopez Luz

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Frank Kehren

Vancouver From Above

By Evan Leeson

Shanghai Cityscape At Sunset

By Sandro Bisaro

Rio De Janeiro At Night

By Marcelo Castro

Seattle From Air

By Thatcher Kelley

Night View Of London

By Dominic Kamp

Tokyo Downtown

By Shigehiro Ono

Istanbul At Night

By Hakki Aydin Ucar

Shibam Yemen, A UNESCO World Heritage Site

By Anne De Henning

Aerial View Of Utrecht, Holland

By Ewoud Dronkert

Sunset In La Paz, Bolivia

By Pedro Szekely


About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.
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