by Francis Andrews in Cool Travel on Wednesday 6 October 2010

These fascinating mosaics of twenty-first century human habitation are proof that planned housing isn’t always dull and distasteful, for the bird’s-eye photographer at least. What may be endless rows of generic streets and blocks at ground level suddenly become giant patchwork quilts from the air, perhaps in a weird way proving that there is more to life than what meets the pedestrian’s eye.
human landscapes
human landscapes
human landscapes
human landscapes
human landscapes
human landscapes