Drone cameras are awesome. They have opened up a whole new world of photography and given us a new bird’s eye view – or drone’s eye view, if you must – of the world.
Below are some eye popping examples of pictures taken by drone cameras. All the pictures are published by Dronestagram.
And below are the images, slightly bigger and without the annoying gallery control icons to interfere with your viewing pleasure.
Niagara Falls minus someone going
over the side in a barrel.
Above is the rather luvly and colourful
seaside village of Varmazza, Italy, where
the pizzas are probably quite good.
Skiers in Russia,
when they’re not hacking things.
Tending a field of red of
chillies that would go very nicely in tonight’s curry.
Wavy wobbly design of the sidewalk along
the Copa Cabana beach in Rio de Janiero –
as if Brazilians
needed something to help them wobble.
Dinner’s eye view – probably safe to assume this is the sort of last thing this Polynesian eagle’s dinners see.
One big Ushiku Daibutsu (I think that might be Buddha in Japanese) looks out over the verdant landscape of Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan.
A pair taking in the swaying palms in French Polynesia. Wonder what they would be upto a few minutes later and if the photographer chose not to publish THOSE images.
Production line beach life in Gran Canaria, Spain.
An erupting volcano on Reunion Island – one way to photograph volcanoes without singing your eyebrows.
Caravan of tourist bearing camels cast long shadows on Cable Beach is Australia.
Patterns of sheep in Romania – who knew sheep could be so artistic?
A rather mind boggling view of climbers doing their thing in Moab, Utah.