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Daily Overview

Showing 🌎 from above to inspire the Overview Effect and change the way we see our planet. Founded by @benjaminrgrant. Check out our Printshop here:

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Did you know that in addition to our Printshop we have a line of framed pieces with @framebridge and @CB2? Check out our story today to see more and follow the links there to see what’s available! - @benjaminrgrant

Did you know that in addition to our Printshop we have a line of framed pieces with @framebridge and @CB2 ? Check out our story today to see more and follow the links there to see what’s available! - @benjaminrgrant - 1 day ago

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Waves roll into the shores of Somalia, by the village of El Hur. Located on the Horn of Africa, Somalia has the longest coastline on the mainland continent, stretching for more than 3,000 kilometers (1880 miles). /// Created by @benjaminrgrant, source imagery: @digitalglobe. /// PRINT CONTEST Update: The winners are @moscati14 and @spyda_woo. Please email us to claim your prints!

Waves roll into the shores of Somalia, by the village of El Hur. Located on the Horn of Africa, Somalia has the longest coastline on the mainland continent, stretching for more than 3,000 kilometers (1880 miles). /// Created by @benjaminrgrant , source imagery: @digitalglobe. /// PRINT CONTEST Update: The winners are @moscati14 and @spyda_woo. Please email us to claim your prints! - 3 days ago

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The medina quarter in Marrakesh, Morocco is characterized by its winding, maze-like streets. Because the intricately connected honeycomb of alleyways narrows to less than a meter wide (~ 3 feet) at certain spots, the area is generally free from car traffic. /// Created by @benjaminrgrant, source imagery: @digitalglobe

The medina quarter in Marrakesh, Morocco is characterized by its winding, maze-like streets. Because the intricately connected honeycomb of alleyways narrows to less than a meter wide (~ 3 feet) at certain spots, the area is generally free from car traffic. /// Created by @benjaminrgrant , source imagery: @digitalglobe - 5 days ago

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The Sydney Opera House hosts more than 1,500 shows each year in its various performance halls, drawing a total attendance of approximately 1.2 million people. While the buildings famous “shell” design appears uniformly white from a distance, it actually features a subtle chevron pattern composed of tiles in two colors: glossy white and matte cream. /// Created by @benjaminrgrant, source imagery: @nearmap

The Sydney Opera House hosts more than 1,500 shows each year in its various performance halls, drawing a total attendance of approximately 1.2 million people. While the buildings famous “shell” design appears uniformly white from a distance, it actually features a subtle chevron pattern composed of tiles in two colors: glossy white and matte cream. /// Created by @benjaminrgrant , source imagery: @nearmap - 5 days ago

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Gibraltar International Airport is the primary aviation facility for the British overseas territory of Gibraltar and the neighboring areas of Spain such as Costa de Sol. Winston Churchill Avenue, the main road heading towards the border with Spain, crosses over the airport runway. Consequently, the road has to be closed every time a plane is landing or taking off. /// Created by @benjaminrgrant, source imagery: @digitalglobe

Gibraltar International Airport is the primary aviation facility for the British overseas territory of Gibraltar and the neighboring areas of Spain such as Costa de Sol. Winston Churchill Avenue, the main road heading towards the border with Spain, crosses over the airport runway. Consequently, the road has to be closed every time a plane is landing or taking off. /// Created by @benjaminrgrant , source imagery: @digitalglobe - 9 days ago

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GIVEAWAY! We’re giving away two 10x10” prints this week! To enter, simply tag a friend in the comments below and you will BOTH be entered to win an Overview of your choosing! - @benjaminrgrant /// Link in profile to see what’s available in the Printshop!

GIVEAWAY! We’re giving away two 10x10” prints this week! To enter, simply tag a friend in the comments below and you will BOTH be entered to win an Overview of your choosing! - @benjaminrgrant /// Link in profile to see what’s available in the Printshop! - 10 days ago

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We can’t get enough of these fall drone shots. Check out this stunning view of the colorful foliage in northern New Jersey, USA. Tag a friend you’d like to travel here with and have a great start to the week! /// Captured by our friend @zekedrone

We can’t get enough of these fall drone shots. Check out this stunning view of the colorful foliage in northern New Jersey, USA. Tag a friend you’d like to travel here with and have a great start to the week! /// Captured by our friend @zekedrone - 11 days ago

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A highway interchange connects three major roads - the S20, G60, and S4 - in Shanghai, China. The city is home to roughly 2.5 million cars and 24 million people. /// Created by @benjaminrgrant, source imagery: @digitalglobe

A highway interchange connects three major roads - the S20, G60, and S4 - in Shanghai, China. The city is home to roughly 2.5 million cars and 24 million people. /// Created by @benjaminrgrant , source imagery: @digitalglobe - 14 days ago

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Bondi Beach is located in Sydney, Australia and gets its name from the Aboriginal word “Bondi” that means waves breaking over rocks. Created by @benjaminrgrant, source imagery: Sinclair Knight Metz

Bondi Beach is located in Sydney, Australia and gets its name from the Aboriginal word “Bondi” that means waves breaking over rocks. Created by @benjaminrgrant , source imagery: Sinclair Knight Metz - 15 days ago

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As of today, San Francisco is the new home of Daily Overview! The city’s picturesque Golden Gate Bridge - spanning 1.7 miles across the channel between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean - is seen here. If you’re based in SF and have ideas for how we could collaborate or work together, feel free to reach out to us directly with a message! - @benjaminrgrant, source imagery @digitalglobe

As of today, San Francisco is the new home of Daily Overview! The city’s picturesque Golden Gate Bridge - spanning 1.7 miles across the channel between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean - is seen here. If you’re based in SF and have ideas for how we could collaborate or work together, feel free to reach out to us directly with a message! - @benjaminrgrant , source imagery @digitalglobe - 17 days ago

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The Port of Antwerp in Belgium is the second largest seaport in Europe. In one year alone the facility handles more than 71,000 vessels and 314 million tons of cargo. That weight is roughly equal to 68% of the mass of all living humans on the planet. /// Created by @benjaminrgrant, source imagery @digitalglobe

The Port of Antwerp in Belgium is the second largest seaport in Europe. In one year alone the facility handles more than 71,000 vessels and 314 million tons of cargo. That weight is roughly equal to 68% of the mass of all living humans on the planet. /// Created by @benjaminrgrant , source imagery @digitalglobe - 18 days ago

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Palm tree plantations surround the city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The trees are cultivated in terraces cut into the contours of hills, to avoid erosion caused by streaming water. Malaysia is now one of the world’s largest exporters of palm oil – used primarily as a cooking ingredient – shipping nearly 18 million tonnes per year. The rapid expansion of palm oil plantations in the world’s tropical regions is becoming an increasingly significant source of carbon emissions. Clearing the native trees to make space for the palms is projected to add more than 558 million tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere by 2020 – an amount greater than all of Canada’s current fossil fuel emissions. /// Created by @benjaminrgrant, source imagery: @digitalglobe

Palm tree plantations surround the city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The trees are cultivated in terraces cut into the contours of hills, to avoid erosion caused by streaming water. Malaysia is now one of the world’s largest exporters of palm oil – used primarily as a cooking ingredient – shipping nearly 18 million tonnes per year. The rapid expansion of palm oil plantations in the world’s tropical regions is becoming an increasingly significant source of carbon emissions. Clearing the native trees to make space for the palms is projected to add more than 558 million tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere by 2020 – an amount greater than all of Canada’s current fossil fuel emissions. /// Created by @benjaminrgrant , source imagery: @digitalglobe - 22 days ago

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