In the Clouds Photography

Titanic icebergs are mere specks when seen from 39,000 feet on a Chicago to Paris flight.
Glaciers giving birth to icebergs, sending them into the Atlantic Ocean as seen from 39,000 feet.
Appears as if African and Asian continents (lower tip on right resembles India) were once closer together before the earth's plates shifted apart.
Colorado's state flag emblazens this hot-air balloon amid others in this balloon festival.
Parasailing above extinct volcanoes in the Parc Des Volcans.
Floating softly down from Le Puy de Dome with Clermont-Ferrand in the background.
Lifting off from the flower-covered hillside on Le Puy de Dome.
From this perspective, it looks as if the volcano crater is made for sitting.
Jet fuel burns out of control alongside the runways at Denver's old Stapleton airport.

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Suggested reading & related info:

Book: Secrets of Successful Aerial Photography by Richard Eller.
Book: To Fly: Contemporary Aerial Photography by Kim Sichel.
Book: The Earth As Art: Views from Heaven: The Earth - The Man - The Dream by Klaus D. Francke.
Web: Aerial Art by Isaac Alongi
Web: Aerial Photography by Vantage Point Imagery