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‘From 30,000 feet, the human stain of oil fields, coal mines and bleached coral reefs look almost otherworldly.’

Image 6 of 6 from gallery of In Celebration of Earth Day, 5 Overviews of Our Planet. Image © Satellite images DigitalGlobe, Inc

‘From 30,000 feet, the human stain of oil fields, coal mines and bleached coral reefs look almost otherworldly.’

‘From feet, the human stain of oil fields, coal mines and bleached coral reefs look almost otherworldly.

‘From 30,000 feet, the human stain of oil fields, coal mines and bleached coral reefs look almost otherworldly.’

The Port of Singapore ships a fifth of the world's cargo containers, making it the world's second busiest port. Reprinted with permission from Overview by Benjamin Grant, copyright (c) Published by Amphoto Books, a division of Penguin Random House, Inc.

‘From 30,000 feet, the human stain of oil fields, coal mines and bleached coral reefs look almost otherworldly.’

nprfreshair: ““ Dendritic drainage systems are seen around the Shadegan Lagoon by Musa Bay in Iran. From “Overview” by Benjamin Grant / Satellite images © DigitalGlobe, Inc.

‘From 30,000 feet, the human stain of oil fields, coal mines and bleached coral reefs look almost otherworldly.’

From feet up, we can see the scale and effect the natural landscape and human infrastructure has on earth; photographer Benjamin Grant shows the very beautiful destruction of our planet.