AIRCRAFT CEMETERY – Have you ever thought of many shots in this wilderness? Well, you just did it. In Southern California Airport, Victorville, a city on the west coast of the United States, has an aircraft warehouse and more than 150 aircraft. This has happened because the demand for the Boeing 747 model has been significantly reduced over the last two decades.
HEGALDUN COLORS – These colorful lices are part of Lisse, the western part of the Netherlands, which is a long-growing area. The flowers began to flower in March and the peak has arrived in April. In the town, 4,300 million bulbs grow annually.
PERFECT FORMS – In the Echebarria region, in the Spanish capital of Barcelona, it is a popular grid model used in buildings. The Catalan urban planners Ildefons Cerdà have designed wide streets to combine sunlight and facilitate ventilation between the octagons that connect the fencing. Parking vehicles spend a lot of time to park.
SOLAR CONCENTRATION – This photo shows solar thermal energy with a special Gemasolar storage system. Located in Seville, Spain. It has 2,650 mirrors that use the energy generated by the sun.
MONTAÑA FÉRREA – The air of a mining of Western Whaleback Mountain in Western Australia. 98% of steel construction, cars and appliances are made up of this mineral.
GEOMETRY PARIS – Paris's streets were designed by French Prefect Georges Eugène Haussmann between 1853 and 1870. It was necessary to demolish the overcrowded and unstable population of the Middle Ages. They were built on diagonally and broadways, parks, fountains, aqueducts and sewer systems.
COLORS AND FUNCTIONS – How many geometric colors are you able to identify in this photo? Pembrokeshire, in the southwestern Wales of the United Kingdom, took it.
PERTH-WAVES – This is the sea in Perth, a city on the western coast of Australia. The area is very popular because it is a beautiful beach with white sand. You can see the different shades that come from the sky, blue currents and waves on the shore.
COLORS OF SEA – These pending tankers in the Port of Singapore are the world's second-largest flux. It goes through five of the ports that come from different countries and the oil supply is half the year.
GREEN ECOLOGICAL – The structures seen in the photo are the capital of Almería. They occupy an area of 194 km² and have used a technique called "plastics" to accelerate fruit crops. As a reference, only 18 km² of the surface can be seen in the image.