All over the country, there are beautiful things to look at whether they're natural landscapes or human-made cities. And now, new Google Earth View Canada images show how stunning these landscapes are from above too. So if you've ever wanted to see different spots in the true north from space in amazing quality, these pics are waiting for you.\nThe online Earth View has been around for a while now, showing people how our planet looks all the way from space. Now with its largest update yet, the search engine company is adding new features and better quality images.\nOn February 11, the tech giant added 1,000 new photos of stunning places around the world to Earth View that are optimized for high-resolution screens.\nNow the collection has more than 2,500 beautiful landscapes for people to look through.\n"Earth View has the power to elevate our minds from our tiny screens to outer space—the landscapes that materialize when you open a new tab or unlock your phone punctuate your day with a global looking glass," said Gopal Shah, Google Earth's product manager, in a blog post about the update.\nThe gallery now has a colour feature so you can find landscapes that are your favourite colour. But what's more exciting, you can use the map to see the beauty of your homeland.\nThese are 14 Google Earth View images of Canadian landscapes that are so stunning.\nDivision No. 10, Labrador\nGoogle Earth\nOn the east coast of Labrador on Labrador Inuit Lands and near Torngat Mountains National Park, this photo shows the beautiful mountains with bits of snow and shadows cast by the shining sun.\nCoral Harbour, Nunavut\nGoogle Earth\nThis breathtaking light blue water in Coral Harbour is so eye-catching. The community gets its name from the fossilized coral that's around the waters there.\nVictoria Island, Northwest Territories\nGoogle Earth\nOn Victoria Island, this place almost doesn't even look real with all the spots of water in between bits of land. It seems more like a pattern you'd see on clothing but it's still beautiful.\nDivision No. 18, Saskatchewan\nGoogle Earth\nThis photo shows the dark, murky waters of Lake Athabasca in northern Saskatchewan's Athabasca Sand Dunes Provincial Park. All the colours and the lines on the land make this so pleasing to the eye.\nBaffin Region, Nunavut\nGoogle Earth\nWith clear blue water contrasted with the browns and greys of the mountains and the white snow, this northern spot in Nunavut's Baffin Region is breathtaking.\nCochrane District, Ontario\nGoogle Earth\nIs there anything more stunning that light pink water running through a green landscape? Just northeast of Timmins, this place shows just how unique Canada can be.\nIngonish Beach, Nova Scotia\nGoogle Earth\nOn Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Island, this image shows the rugged terrain meeting the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean and it's amazing.\nMansel Island, Nunavut\nGoogle Earth\nThis photo from Mansel Island looks so much like a painting that it's hard to believe those are natural features and not an artist's brushstrokes.\nNiagara Falls, Ontario\nGoogle Earth\nWhile this isn't actually the waterfalls, at this spot on Niagara River you can see both the Canadian and American sides of the river after the water comes streaming down from Niagara Falls.\nVancouver, B.C.\nGoogle Earth\nAt this spot in Vancouver, you can see just how the city interacts with greenspace and natural features. Breaking up all the rows of houses there are two big parks and lots of trees with the water just to the north.\nMinton, Saskatchewan\nGoogle Earth\nIt might not look like it but that's actually where the land, in Minton meets West Coteau Lake. The contrasting red and white of the land and frozen water makes this such an interesting image to look at.\nBaffin Region, Nunavut\nGoogle Earth\nNo roundup of beautiful pictures of Canada would be complete without a full-on snow image, especially when it's one as beautiful as this. It's another one that looks like it could be a painting instead of a real photo taken from space.\nInuvik Region, Northwest Territories\nGoogle Earth\nThere's something about the colours of the water contrasting with the colours of the mountains. This image from the Inuvik Region of the Northwest Territories is so breathtakingly beautiful.\nSaint John, New Brunswick\nGoogle Earth\nNot to be confused with St. John's, Newfoundland, this city on the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick has spots in the Courtenay Bay Channel where the water turns a unique reddish colour that can make you do a double-take. It's still stunning though!