It's what makes the photos at The Daily Overview interesting, as it provides satellite-level views of stuff that looks completely different from way way up there.
For example, from this vantage point one can see the orderly grid outline by architect Pierre L'Enfant when he designed our nation's new capital city in 1791:
But anyone familiar with the output or daily happenings of Washington, D.C knows that it is not neat. Or orderly. Or logical. Or coherent. Or useful. But it probably is best viewed at a considerable distance, like from outer space.