The Rare World’s Ariel Photographs, You’ve Never Seen it Before Tauheed Ahmad June 6, 2016 Photography 515 The planet earth is extremely beautiful, and by seeing these images, you’d take a long breath and feel you’ve never seen it before. A British pilot exposes, winding rivers, glittering skylines, tall peak under infrared light. The earth is best viewed from above, by taking incredible aerial photographs of majestic landscapes. The British pilot Captain Jon Bowles takes the Dubai’s man-made Palm islands from his cockpit at altitudes of up to 40,000ft. He has taken some of incredibly photos of K2 peaks, the 2nd highest mountain in the world in Himalayas, Mount Kilimanjaro, Canada’s frozen Labrador coast, Great Rift Valley in Africa, Kunlun Mountains in China, Iran’s Lake Urmia, Lake Van is the largest lake in Turkey, Padma River in Bangladesh, and the sacred waters of the Ganges Delta and Kunyang Chhish mountain & salt flats of Pakistan. The Bolton based, 55 years old pilot, used a modified Sony Nex 5N camera to capture these breathtaking pictures in a completely different spectrum. His astonishing shooting shows the world in a light impossible for the human eye to detect. Source: Dailymail These rolling fields and small towns in Bulgaria look they’re part of a puzzle in this snap taken from the cockpit by Bowles The Red River, pictured in northern Vietnam, runs from the province of Yunnan in southwest China to the Gulf of Tonkin The British pilot’s amazing photography shows the world in a light impossible for the human eye to detect the Great Rift Valley The Bangladesh side of the Ganges Delta, which is the world’s largest delta. The Ganges is the most sacred river to Hindus One of the perks of the job for piltos is seeing some of the most amazing sights in the world, including Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro Iran’s Lake Urmia, near the border with Turkey, was once the largest lake in the Middle East but has shrunk due to the damming of rivers Known for its wine, the city of Stellenbosch, near Cape Town in South Africa, was a European settlement Kunyang Chhish mountain is located in the Karakoram range of Pakistan, Lake Van is the largest lake in Turkey. The saline soda lake is fed by water from small streams that run from the surrounding mountains Many of Bowles’ best photos show rugged mountain ranges in Asia or Africa. This snap shows the Kunlun Mountains in China Bowles snapped this remarkable photgraph of a hydrothermal vent while flying over the 3,700-mile Great Rift Valley in Africa Bowles used a modified Sony Nex 5N camera to capture these views in a completely different spectrum rugged hills in Iran British pilot Jon Bowles snapped this image of a winding river and land that was once under Lake Urmia, in northwestern Iran Canada’s frozen Labrador coast, on the Atlantic Ocean. It is the mainland portion of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador Dubai’s man-made Palm Jumeirah islands and its glittering skyline, which includes the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world Bowles snapped this photo while flying over Dubai. It shows Dubai Marina, the desert city’s artificial canal district Bowles photographed K2, the world’s second-tallest mountain, Broad Peak and the Gasherbrums, in the Himalayas and Karakoram ranges Bowles infrared photo of the Padma River, in Bangladesh, looks more like a work of art than a photograph taken from as high as 40,000ft An open cast mine has a reddish glow in this photo, which was taken under infrared light from the cockpit of an airliner An aerial view of an industrial zone shows different shades of colour that are invisible to the naked eye Related PostsThe World’s Largest Photography Award Reveals its Stunning ShortlistSpectacular Photos Reveals why China is One of the Most Attractive Country on EarthStunning Aerials View of Bangladesh LandscapesAmazing Landscapes of Our Planet EarthCalifornia Based Photographer Use Infrared Camera to Capture Stunning Desolate LandscapesSpectacular Rooftop Photography by Karim NafatniAerial Image of Burj-al-Arab Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.