This is a Hipmunk post from Jodi Ettenberg of Legal Nomads
Some of the most evocative travel photography is the kind that makes you see something normal in a totally different light. Take the photo below, a bird’s eye view of Baja California desert in Mexico, taken by Adriana Franco:
Hard to believe that this is a desert image and not a delicate hand-painted canvas of furrowed branches and trees. We all know that nature is beautiful, but sometimes it’s a surprise to see it shifted into an unexpected form.
For a few more shots of the desert from above, see Adriana’s gallery on National Geographic.