Aerial views

Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Aerial view of famous places like pyramid in Egypt, Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Statue of Liberty in New York and Eiffel Tower in Paris.

P.S - Click photos to enlarge.









Aerial photography is the taking of photographs from above with a camera mounted on an aircraft, balloon, rocket, kite, skydiver or similar vehicle. It was first practiced by the French photographer and balloonist Nadar in 1858. The use of aerial photography for military purposes was expanded during World War I by aviators such as Fred Zinn.

Aerial photography is used in cartography, land-use planning, archaeology, movie production, environmental studies, espionage, commercial advertising, conveyancing, and other fields. Aerial photos are often processed by a GIS system. [ Wikipedia ]

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2 Comments:

Anonymous James said...

Can anyone tell me what the second one is? It looks really cool.

5:00 PM  
Blogger lyny said...

It's the Olympic Stadium in Montréal.

7:34 PM  

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