China aerial view
A collection of amazing pictures of China from a bird's eye view showing a huge variety of landscapes. Mountains, deserts, abysses, sea shores, cities ...
1. Autumn on the lake in Nanjing, China. (Photo by Yaorusheng):
2. Part of the Great Wall in winter. (Photo by Zhao Zhenhao):
3. Chinese cottage settlement in Wuhan. (Photo by Jie Zhao):
4. A temple in a picturesque area in Sichuan province, China. (Photos by Eastimages):
5. Garden Yuyuan winter in Shanghai. This is a private classical garden in China. It is located in the heart of the old city of Nanshi. Its name means "Garden of Joy", or "Garden of Leisurely Rest", and today it is a truly pastoral world inside the ultramodern and restless metropolis. (Photo by Danny Hu):
6. Sea of lotuses in Zhejiang Province, China. Lotus flowers in China are considered a symbol of purity and summer.
7. Rice terraces always look magical from a height. (Photo by Poorfish):
8. Hong Kong from a height. (Photo by Pa_Yon):
9. Nanpu Bridge is the first cable-stayed bridge in the country with a total length of 8346 meters. The dimensions of the Nanpu Bridge are impressive: two reinforced concrete towers rise 150 meters, each of which has 22 pairs of steel cables attached to it, supporting the structure.The main advantage of the road junction of the bridge is the circular design of the overpass, which allows the most economical use of the area. (Photo by Yibo Wang):
10. Never guess what it is. And this is a sea of abandoned bicycles from a height.
11. Solar panels on the southern slopes of China. (Photo by Xieyuliang):
12. Lake Erhai and the temple of Putuo. (Photo by Stanley Chen Xi):
13. Shanghai Pentagonal Mart Shopping Center - Chinese Answer to the Pentagon. It is located in the financial and business center of all of China - the Pudong district of Shanghai, and is a huge cyclopean structure that resembles the Pentagon in terms of, but in terms of total area it is slightly inferior to its American counterpart - the headquarters of the US Department of Defense. (Photo VCG):
14. Dunes in the Gobi Desert in northwestern China. (Photo by Patrick Baz):
15. Village in Guizhou. (Photos by Eastimages):
16. Rapeseed fields in Yunnan province. (Photo by Cnyy):
17. Forest after a snowfall in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province. (Photo by Reuters):
18. Wetlands National Park in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. See what interesting paths are here. (Photo HelloRF Zcool):
19. High-speed train in southwest China.
20. Frozen lake in Hebei Province in northern China. (Photo by Zhao Zhenhao):
21. The memorial of the emperors Yang and Huang in the province of Henan.
The sculpture of the Chinese emperors Yan and Huang is actually the fifth tallest sculpture in the world, but is not included in the list of the tallest statues due to the fact that the emperors are not depicted in full height - the monument with a height of 106 meters represents two heads carved in a mountain, where 55 meters is a mountain and 51 meters - each of the heads. The eyes of the emperors are about three meters in length each, the nose is 8 meters in length, the two faces together have an area of about 1000 square meters. The construction took more than 7000 m³ of concrete and 1,500 tons of steel. (Photo by Barry Kusuma):
22. Fitness in Chinese from a height.
23. Mountains in the Gobi Desert in northwestern China. (Photo by Patrick Baz):
24. Flyovers in Shanghai. (Photo by Danny Hu):
25. The Great Wall of China near Beijing. (Photo by Xiaolu Chu):
26. Rice terraces in Guizhou province. (Photos by Eastimages):
28. A winding mountain road in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China. (Photo by Danny Hu):
29. A view from the height of the River Lee on a foggy day. (Photo by Yibo Wang):
30. The tourist attraction in Guizhou province, the octagon, consists of sorghum, rapeseed flowers, plums and peach trees.
31. Autumn trees in a small lake near Nanjing, China. (Photo by Yaorusheng):
32. Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in Zhangjiajie Urban District, Hunan Province, China.The park is located in the picturesque territory of Wulingyuan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park is notable for a large number of peaks-pillars of sandstone and quartz, the most picturesque of them is the “Column of South Sky” with a height of 1080 meters. (Photo by Tonnaja):
33. In the Chinese province of Hunan, at an altitude of 300 meters above the ground, a heavenly glass bridge opened, offering spectacular views.