|False-colour image of the Mississippi River Delta, USGS/ESA|
Great deserts emerge like lines carved into sandstone; blooms of plankton look like parts of a Gogh painting; and rivers become neurons, the electric signals composed of mud deposits. Glaciers swallow land as if a devastating fungi on the surface of a leaf, and a great eye stares out at you in the middle of barren sand.
|The sand seas of the Namib Desert, KARI/ESA|
|The Okavango River, KARI/ESA|
|The Palouse region (Northwest United States), KARI/ESA|
|Tibesti Mountains, Chad, surrounded by sands of the Sahara, ESA|
|State of Utah, United States, ESA|
|A phytoplankton bloom in the South Atlantic Ocean, ESA|
|Amadeus Basin, Australia, USGS|
|Mauritania lava crater, ESA/NASA|
|The icy waters of the Baltic Sea surrounding Rugen island, Germany, JAXA/ESA|
|Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, KARI|
All images are via the European Space Agency website.