NORTHERN HOLLAND: Land has been cleverly reclaimed by the creation of canals. A BRIT has taken extraordinary pictures from above the four corners of the world. From the destructive force of a lightning strike in the bush of Queensland, Australia to the eerie yet stunning waterfalls of Iceland these pictures could be a works of art – but are in fact the varied surface of our beautiful planet. Other pictures by London travel photographer Peter Adams (55) show the Grand Prismatic Spring at Yellowstone Park, USA, tulips being farmed in Holland and the mighty Atlantic Sea meeting the force of the N

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NORTHERN HOLLAND: Land has been cleverly reclaimed by the creation of canals. A BRIT has taken extraordinary pictures from above the four corners of the world. From the destructive force of a lightning strike in the bush of Queensland, Australia to the eerie yet stunning waterfalls of Iceland these pictures could be a works of art – but are in fact the varied surface of our beautiful planet. Other pictures by London travel photographer Peter Adams (55) show the Grand Prismatic Spring at Yellowstone Park, USA, tulips being farmed in Holland and the mighty Atlantic Sea meeting the force of the N
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NORTHERN HOLLAND: Land has been cleverly reclaimed by the creation of canals. A BRIT has taken extraordinary pictures from above the four corners of the world. From the destructive force of a lightning strike in the bush of Queensland, Australia to the eerie yet stunning waterfalls of Iceland these pictures could be a works of art – but are in fact the varied surface of our beautiful planet. Other pictures by London travel photographer Peter Adams (55) show the Grand Prismatic Spring at Yellowstone Park, USA, tulips being farmed in Holland and the mighty Atlantic Sea meeting the force of the Namib Desert, which he took using light aircraft, helicopters and gyrocopters.