Alaska airlines jet, right? Why are you flying over Norway?
It appears to be the *Four Seasons* resort on Bora Bora
Well I definitely didn’t expect to see Adelaide in this subreddit.
Yes it is! The Arizona memorial is all the way on the left and the Missouri is center. This is the opposite way that the Japanese would have flown in I believe. But please feel free to yell at me with all caps if
I agree. But as of recently a lot of young people have been moving into the city around Wayne state and the downtown area. Its only a matter of time! We’re getting a new stadium for the Red Wings and entertainment district by 2017.
Me too. I was like, wow, I’ve been missing a lot here.
This is sea ice, with a lone iceberg. The lines criss-crossing the image are pressure ridges, where separate ice floes collided with each other. This area itself has nothing to do with my research, since I study ice sheets and glaciers (ie, land ice
I cant decide whether I’d rather go to Club India Cafe & Resturant, or New Mount Everest Resturant. Both look pretty cool places.
[Cochem](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cochem_Castle). [Here’s the view from the other bank.](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a8/Panorama_Cochem.jpg)
Excuse the lack of clarity. Behind a fogged airplane window.
It’s quite shallow though. If you need to anchor or berth large ocean-going ships, then [Halifax Harbour](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/fa/Halifax_from_the_air.jpg) is unsurpassed. As [this photo from World War II shows](http://www.telusplanet.net/public/dickieb/harry/photos/halifaxharbour.jpg), you can anchor entire navies safely inside it. Plus it has very steep sides (being fjord rather
Yeah those are part of “Chateaux de la Loire”. They are, indeed, breath taking to see from a distance but once you visited one, you’ve seen them all. Those castles located a couple of hours by car from Paris where the ideal “spring break”
It’s amazing how fast the area is recovering. I remember going there when I was a kid and it looked like the surface of the moon.
Source: [Apocalypse….](http://500px.com/photo/36378186?utm_campaign=bot&utm_content=botcomment&utm_medium=web&utm_source=reddit) by [Panos Lahanas](http://500px.com/plahanas?utm_campaign=bot&utm_content=botcomment&utm_medium=web&utm_source=reddit) on [500px.com](http://500px.com?utm_campaign=bot&utm_content=botcomment&utm_medium=web&utm_source=reddit)
Original: [1500×1450](http://i.imgur.com/RRIAAr7.jpg) Source: [European Space Agency](http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Observing_the_Earth/Highlights/An_awesome_wave) > This ESA image of the Ganges Delta is becoming one of the most iconic views of Earth from space, due in no small part to it appearing as the cover of British band Alt-J’s award-winning debut album
>[These are a series of evaporation ponds for potash, or salts that contain potassium used for fertilizer. But potash is actually found deep under the surface—where ancient lakes or inland seas have dried up—and these evaporations ponds are only the most visible tip of
Although it is very beautiful, I’m surprised they constructed such a large and modern looking building so close to Mecca. IMO it detracts from the experience of being in such a historically loaded place with one of the most holy relics of the Islamic
I recognize Ticino’s valley in the background, could the glacier on the right be the Aletsch?
I live 5 minutes away. This is just the google street-view with a filter slapped on it though https://www.google.co.nz/maps/@-41.3310578,174.8095011,295m/data=!3m1!1e3