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Early morning Deadvlei, petrified trees in a clay salt pan in the Sossusvlei area of Namibia. Photo by @garyhe. #travel #namibia #sunrise #trees

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#MesaArch at #Canyonlands #NationalPark is one of the most photographed arches in southeast #Utah. This location is especially popular at #sunrise, when groups of photographers often lay in wait for the glow of sunrise on the bottom of the arch. Even with the crowds, it’s an incredible experience. Photo by Adam Chandio (

Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz The Flatiron Building has a way of taking over every photograph it appears in. Cutting diagonally across Manhattan, Broadway creates two wedges every time it intersects an avenue. No architect was able to take better advantage of these wedges than Daniel Burnham, who was among the first to use steel-frame construction in New York City. When completed in 1902, it was one of the city’s tallest buildings. To see more of America's great city from above go to @NewYorkAirBook #skyscraper #NewYorkCity #Manhattan