From the Great Barrier Reef to the dunes of the Namib Desert, here are 25 stunning aerial photos you won't soon forget.
These bright pond pockets get their color from brine shrimp, algae and other organisms growing within their waters.
As the first landscaped public park in the United States, Manhattan's Central Park is one of the most filmed locations in the world.
Our nation's capital for the star-studded film and TV industry, L.A. is home to the iconic Hollywood sign, Capitol Records Tower and this spectacular urban skyline.
The Golden Gate Bridge, opened in 1937, was actually first proposed in 1872 by the same man behind the transcontinental railroad, Charles Crocker.
Hardy Reef is part of Australia's Great Barrier Reef near the Whitsunday Islands. Located within its waters is Heart Reef, a composition of coral that naturally formed the shape of a heart.
The Grand Canyon began taking shape around 70 million years ago and is one of the most-visited attractions in the U.S.
Sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic is never fun. A study conducted by INRIX found that Los Angeles, not Houston, is in fact the city with the most congested highways in the world. Houston came in at number 28.
The Columbia River is the largest in the Pacific Northwest region of North America, and the detailed delta patterns it makes are stunning.
This sprawling public green space is located between the Eiffel Tower and the École Militaire, a complex of military training facilities. Its name pays tribute to Mars, the Roman God of war.
Originally called Zhongdian County, Shangri-La was renamed in 2001 after the fictional land found in James Hilton's 1933 novel Lost Horizon.
Around 43 million years old, the Namib is often referred to as the world's oldest desert. It spans from western Namibia into southern Angola and the northern Cape Province of South Africa.
Chiang Mai lies at the heart of a region that was once known as Kingdom of a Million Rice Fields.
From mid-March to mid-May, tulip fields in Holland are flowering at their most vibrant. If this isn't a photo op, we don't know what is.
Tipperary, a town within Tipperary County in the Irish province of Munster, is known for its rural mountain ranges and vast farmland.
These multicolored flood plains in Iceland look like a palette ready for an artist's hand at work.
Namibia-Naukluft National Park encompasses a portion of the Namib Desert and the Naukluft mountain range. Captured in the shadow of night, this ghostly photo is just mesmerizing.
The Great Rift Valley was formed long ago by the shifting of African tectonic plates. Home to many lakes, swampy marshlands and volcanoes, it's part of an intra-continental ridge system running through Kenya.
Windswept sand creates stunning patterns on one of Iceland's South Coast beaches.
The Atacama Desert is west of the Andes and is the driest desert in the world — average rainfall estimates to about 1 mm per year.
Known for its natural allure and gorgeous hiking trails, Plitvice Lakes National Park is the largest in Croatia. It's also considered one of the most beautiful national parks in the world.
This showcases a rock-lined body of turquoise-blue water in Tobermory, a community in Ontario, Canada known as "the fresh water scuba diving capital of the world."
Zion was Utah's first national park and is home to over 291 species of birds, 78 species of mammals, 37 species of reptiles and amphibians and eight species of fish.
This waterfront view near Mokošica, a district in the Croatian city of Dubrovnik, makes us want to take a vacation.
Nothing is as beautiful as when autumn saturates the greenery in the southeastern Australian state of Victoria.
The Grand Prismatic Spring, located in Yellowstone National Park's Midway Geyser Basin, is the largest hot spring in the U.S. Its array of rainbow colors is nothing short of mesmerizing.