Natural color mosaic of Tokyo Prefecture, Japan. The Tokyo greater metropolitan area is the most populated in the world with more than 13 million people with population density is 16,000 people per square mile. Mt. Fuji is located in the southwest corner of the iamge.
Leaf-off image of the Appalachian Mountains in Pennsylvania. The numerous folded belts were created by erosional processes over millions of years. The fertile valleys are extensively used for crop production.
This image captures several natural wonders found in California, including Mono Lake, the White Mountains, Mammoth, Yosemite Valley, and the Long Valley Caldera, a supervolcano which last errupted 760,000 years ago.
Lake Tahoe is located in the central Sierra Nevada Mountain Range within the states of California and Nevada and is the second deepest lake in the U.S. The Tahoe Basin was formed by normal faulting, a characteristic of the Basin and Range to the east. Carson City, the capital of Nevada, is located to the east of the lake.
Surrounding one of the largest natural harbors in the world, Sydney is the largest city in Australia and Oceana with more than 4 million residents. The city extends to the west until it reaches the Blue Mountains.
The second largest city in Italy and the fith largest urban area in the E.U., the Milan area is home to more than 5 million people. Lake Cumo, nestled in the foot of the Alps is located to the north of the city.