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New Delhi serves as the capital of India and is home to more than 21 million residents in its metro area. Officially inaugurated in February the city was planned by British architects Sir Edwin. Urban Design Concept, Urban Design Plan, Nature Landscape, Landscape Design, Villa Architecture, Architecture Diagrams, Architecture Portfolio, City Skylines Game, Plan Maestro

New Delhi serves as the capital of India and is home to more than 26 million residents in its metro area. In recent days, the city has been choked by smog more than three times the “hazardous” level on the global air quality index. Flights have been cancelled, schools closed, and the government has advised residents to stay indoors. Although New Delhi is known for poor air quality this time of year, this week has been particularly intense due to a mix of weather factors and man-made causes…

Huge sea salt evaporation ponds add color to the landscape of Las Coloradas, a community in Yucatán, Mexico. These ponds are part of an area that refines about tons of sodium each year and. Image Of The Day, Sea Salt, Mexico, Community, Table Salt, Landscape, Microorganisms, Water, Ponds

Huge sea salt evaporation ponds add color to the landscape of Las Coloradas, a community in Yucatán, Mexico. These ponds are part of an area that refines about 750,000 tons of sodium each year and produces six different types of table salt. The brilliant color of the water comes from salt-loving microorganisms, which serve as a source of food — and a source of pigment — for a thriving population of flamingos. We’re excited to have created this Overview for enRoute magazine, the in-flight…

Kilns for firing and making bricks are scattered across the landscape in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Almost all bricks in the country are made using a process where soil is mixed with water, formed into bricks using wooden molds, left to dry in. Buckingham Fountain, Turkish Military, Bahamas Island, Image Of The Day, Beaches In The World, Most Beautiful Beaches, Photo Projects, Aerial Photography, Landscape Photos

Kilns for firing and making bricks are scattered across the landscape in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Almost all bricks in the country are made using a 150-year-old process where soil is mixed with water, formed into bricks using wooden molds, left to dry in the sun, and then burned in these orange, traditional kilns. As the widespread use of old kilns has hampered air quality in the country, local groups and the government have been working hard to increase the use of "clean" brick kilns with more…