Aerial photographs have amazed audiences in recent years. Photographers like Zack Seckler have transformed Botswana landscapes as simply taking pictures from a different point of view. Now, the latest project is Daily Overview, a photo album from above seems protect artworks, which include both the architectural and natural forms found in green spaces. Benjamin Grant is responsible for these striking images we can find in his webpage. The photographer posts, once a day, a satellite photo of a corner of the world. The pictures try to highlight human intervention on the planet. According to the artist, the process for making these pictures consists in thinking in an interesting place, then investigate its coordinates, and finally taking the image of Apple Maps, using the Digital Globe satellite.
Source and images: Daily Overview