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The Hidden Beauty That Only Satellites Can See

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patternbase: “DESERT MOUNTAINS – Deep canyons yawn in the Huns Mountains in the south of Namibia. Their layers were formed more than 600 million years ago, and today they are as flat as when they were.

Metal Texture, Natural Texture, Patterns In Nature, Organic Patterns, Tree Patterns, Design Patterns, Tree Branches, Trees, Beautiful Textures

From space, Earth is living art. - Yuma, Arizona, from Sentinel-2A. The different shades of red show the different chlorophyll content between the farms (the squares) and the irrigation system (the circles). (Photo: ESA)

The Hidden Beauty That Only Satellites Can See

From space, Earth is living art. - Yuma, Arizona, from The different shades of red show the different chlorophyll content between the farms (the squares) and the irrigation system (the circles).

OF ART IN ART

Volcanic Iceland, Andre Ermolaev, Iceland nature photography, Iceland aerial views “Iceland is a wonderful country;

Marron Farm in Caple, Australia  This is an areal view of a Marron farm.  Love the colour pallet of this one.

Marron Farm, Capel, Western Australia - shot from a plane a month or so ago. If you look closely you can see a white rectangle in the image. That is a car so it gives you some scale.

The spiral combs of the Australian stingless bees, with bumblebee like honey pots,

Honeybee hexagons and the myriad nest structures of bees

Fractal spiral forms in nature - Australian Stingless Native Bees - Spiral honey comb Amazing isn't it?

From space, Earth is living art. - Canada's Manicouagan Crater, which was created by an asteroid strike. In this false-color radar image, the blue is areas of ice and water and the yellows and oranges are vegetation. (Photo: ESA)

The Hidden Beauty That Only Satellites Can See

From space, Earth is living art. - Canada's Manicouagan Crater, which was created by an asteroid strike. In this false-color radar image, the blue is areas of ice and water and the yellows and oranges are vegetation.

Lauren Manning collects Earth Patterns, spectacular satellite images of the planet found on Google Maps.

Earth Patterns

Lauren Manning Design is a multidisciplinary design portfolio

Thanks to NASA for making this photo available freely on @unsplash 🎁

Thanks to NASA for making this photo available freely on @unsplash 🎁

Bernhard Edmaier Proves Beautiful Artworks Are Hiding On The Surface Of The Earth

8 Photos That Prove Beautiful Artworks Are Hiding On The Surface Of The Earth

SEARLES LAKE, CALIFORNIA Masses of red, salt-loving algae live in the swamps on the banks of Lake Searles, a salt lake in the Mojave desert.

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