- Which is the best drone for travel?
- Have the use of drones changed the way we travel?
- Drone regulations around the world
- 77 Drone Photos That Will Make You Want To Take Your Drones For Travel!
- Drone: 3DR Solo Drone
- Drone: Parrot Bebop 2
- Drone: DJI Mavic Air
- Drone: DJI Spark
- 10. Rodrigues Island, Mauritius
- 11. Kings Creek, Northern Territory, Australia
- 12. Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia
- 13. Tamarama, Sydney, Australia
- 14. Flatford Mill, Suffolk, UK
- 15. Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
- 16. Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia
- 17. Crescent Head, Australia
- 18. Komodo National Park, Indonesia
- 19. National Park of la Maddalena, Sardinia, Italy
- 20. Hong Kong, China
- 21. Crystal Bay, Nusa Penida, Indonesia
- 22. Sanborn, North Dakota, U.S.A
- 23. Isaan, Thailand
- Drone: DJI Phantom 3
- Drone: DJI Phantom 3 Standard
- Drone: DJI Phantom 3 Advanced
- Drone: Phantom 3 Pro
- Drone: DJI Phantom 4
- Drone: Phantom 4 Pro
- Drone: DJI Mavic Pro
- 39. Puerto Madryn, Argentina
- 40. Bratislava Castle, Bratislava, Slovakia
- 41. Brandenburg, Germany
- 42. Kaluts, Iran
- 43. Yazd, Iran
- 44. Mtskheta, Georgia
- 45. Coron, Philippines
- 46. El Nido, Phillippines
- 47. Istanbul, Turkey
- 48. Bacalar, Mexico
- 49. Raja Ampat, Indonesia
- 50. Lucerne, Switzerland
- 51. Ivanhoe Crossing, Kununurra, Australia
- 52. Atauro Island, Dili, Timor-Leste
- 53. Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
- 54. Koh Phi Phi, Thailand
- 55. Ghasri, Malta
- 56. Jardín, Jericó and Barichara, Colombia
- 57. Salt Flats Uyuni, Bolivia
- 58. Valley of Death, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile
- 59. Castaway Island, Fiji
- 60. Stari Most Bridge, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
- 61. Las Coloradas, Mexico
- 62. Kandolhu, Maldives
- 63. Anse Source D’Argent on La Digue Island, Seychelles
- 64. Warderick Wells Cay, Exuma Islands, Bahamas
- 65. Costa Brava, Catalunya, Spain
- 66. Modica, Sicily, Italy
- 67. Napa Valley, California, U.S.A
- 68. Lake Tahoe, California, U.S.A
- 69. Palm Springs, California, U.S.A
- 70. Sonoma, California, U.S.A
- 71. Pula, Istria, Croatia
- 72. Rovinj, Istria, Croatia
- 73. Anchorage, Alaska, U.S.A
- Drone: DJI Mavic Pro Platinum
Which is the best drone for travel?
I have never been the best at comparing technical specifications when it comes to buying camera or tech gadgets, preferring instead to look at the end result of the product.
Anyone gets a headache comparing models across different brands too?
Well in case you want to make a comparison between the images that different drone models produce, let these travel photos convince you!
These contributions from travellers all around the world make me green with envy and marvel at how they get to reach the remotest parts of the world.
Have the use of drones changed the way we travel?
Before you get lost in the drone pictures, do you think the use of drones have changed the way we travel?
Instagram sure has an influence on how we travel now – many travellers now choose to visit Instagram-worthy places of Melbourne, Maldives or New Zealand over more culturally-rich destinations like Pakistan, Iran or Kyrgyzstan.
The topic of whether drone will replace the essence of travel is controversial right now. Will drones replace the actual hike, since you can “hike” through your lens? Will it dilute the sense of achievement from reaching the summit of a peak, since drones can do the same job for a fraction of the effort (thumbing your joystick)?
Drone regulations around the world
With the prevalence of drones used when travelling, it’s also important to be aware of the laws surrounding using drones in various countries.
While you may be able to fly your drone wherever you want back home, the city, county or state you’re traveling to may be a whole other matter. Knowing the law is especially critical if you’re traveling outside of the country. Different nations may have entirely different laws and rules regarding drone use in place, and many will require a UAV to be registered before use.
Be sure to contact law enforcement agencies at your vacation spot to get a better sense of what’s allowed and what’s forbidden.
For example, drones are often barred around major sporting events or political happenings, major roads and certain tourist attractions due to safety and privacy issues.
A friend of mine nearly got a hefty fine when using a drone abroad, he did not realise that close to the forest area he was flying over was a classified site!
Some countries such as Iran and Pakistan may not allow you into the country at all without prior written permission and other countries such as Peru may require you to pay a tax on the purchase value of the drone (which are sometimes refundable on country exit) when you arrive with one. Never assume the rules are the same in every location.
Many countries are also clamping down on drone use. For example, in Japan and Italy, drones are pretty much banned at all major tourist sites. In Qatar, drones are illegal. If you intend to fly your drone in Thailand, you have to register it. If you don’t, there is a hefty fine or even imprisonment on the radar.
77 Drone Photos That Will Make You Want To Take Your Drones For Travel!
Drone: 3DR Solo Drone
1. Innerleithen, Scotland
Innerleithen is a small town which rests in the valley of seven hills. Though Innerleithen is a small town, there is so much to do here. Come by to enjoy world-famous ice-cream, mountain bike down the best hills in Scotland, follow nature trails, play golf and even play with llamas.
Drone: Parrot Bebop 2
2. Nanuku island, Fiji
Fiji is one of the most spectacular destinations in the world. More than 300 islands, nature, coral reefs, unique traditions… If you have ever thought about traveling to a desert island, Nanuku Island in southern Fiji is a must. You’ll love it!
Drone: DJI Mavic Air
3. Kelingking Beach, Nusa Penida, Indonesia
It was taken at Kelingking Beach in Nusa Penida. Nusa Penida is a small Island in Indonesia.
Kelingking Beach is a popular spot for Manta Rays and other ocean wildlife which can be spotted from the cliff’s edge or you can even walk down ‘the spine’ to T-Rex beach and get a close look.
4. Malekula, Vanuatu
Rano is a small island off the north coast of Malekula, Vanuatu. The island’s interior has remnants of old cannibal tribes, which existed up until the mid-1960s. Head out to the coast and there are amazing coral reefs perfect for snorkelling.
5. Saint James, Barbados
The coral island of Barbados offers more than 80 pristine whites beaches, that contrast beautifully with the warm emerald waters. A great place to drone in the early hours of the morning before the wind picks up.
6. Komodo Islands, Indonesia
The Komodo Islands in Indonesia are one of the new 7 world wonders of nature. They are famous for their Komodo Dragons, amazing diving spots, and beautiful sunsets. They’re also a perfect place to play around with your drone and get shots like this one.
The first photo is taken in the endless steppes of Kazakhstan while going on a road trip through the country. One evening we were about to set camp when we saw a herd of horses running by. It’s not unusual to see a big group of horses galloping freely through the Kazakh steppes.
8. Omalo, Georgia
Omalo, a small village in the Tusheti region of Georgia. Tusheti is one of the most beautiful regions of Georgia and is only accessible during the summer months by crossing a dangerous mountain pass in 4×4 vehicle.
9. Grand Anse beach on Mahe island, Seychelles
Like most of the beaches in Seychelles, this one is just amazingly beautiful and peaceful so it’s a pleasure to spend time in a secluded place with your beloved ones.
Drone: DJI Spark
10. Rodrigues Island, Mauritius
Flying from Mauritius to the remote island of Rodrigues gave me a fabulous view of the reef that surrounds the island encapsulating it in a shallow lagoon where the water is crystal clear and the most beautiful shade of turquoise.
Rodrigues Island is stunning, and in February when I visited, lush and green. Best of all, it’s hardly touched by tourism.
It’s as if you have stepped back in time, yet there’s plenty to do including zip-lining, some fabulous cave systems to explore, a nature reserve with giant tortoises, snorkelling in the lagoon and so much more.
11. Kings Creek, Northern Territory, Australia
The red dirt roads of the Australian Outback are a dream to drive on, especially if you have a 4WD vehicle suited for it. The Outback colours surprised me and I loved how the green and yellow vegetation contrasted with the red earth and blue sky.
12. Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia
Bondi Beach is one of the most popular surf beaches in Sydney, Australia. It’s a great place to escape from the high rise buildings of the city and enjoy cliff top coastal walks!
13. Tamarama, Sydney, Australia
The coastal walk between Bondi Beach and Coogee Beach in Sydney, Australia, offers amazing cliff top views. Taken at Tamarama Rocks looking towards Tamarama Beach and Bronte Beach.
14. Flatford Mill, Suffolk, UK
Flatford is an area of the UK that is protected by the National Trust. It was the inspiration for many paintings by John Constable in the early 1800s and his work can be found in various London art galleries. The Flatford walking trail was listed as one of Britain’s Favourite Walks: Top 100.
15. Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
The Tegalalang Rice Terrace in Ubud is one of the most photogenic places in Bali and absolutely perfect for capturing interesting drone shots. Walking along these winding, rice-filled rows is certainly an amazing experience and a great way to see the culture of the Balinese people.
16. Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia
Uluwatu is filled with stunning beaches, epic surfing, and amazing bars. Dreamland Beach is one of the most popular areas in Bali because of the crazy party vibes and of course, one of a kind views like this.
17. Crescent Head, Australia
Crescent Head in Australia is one of the best places along the coast to surf, yet despite its popularity retains its humble, charming character.
I’ve always enjoyed the stark juxtaposition of the rocky bluffs with the green golf course from the lookout, but seeing it from 400ft up for the first time was breath taking.
The waves roll in slow motion and the fingers of rocks are given a whole new context as they reach out into the ocean.
18. Komodo National Park, Indonesia
Komodo National Park and the surrounding islands will take your breath away. You can walk on islands amongst real life dragons or scuba dive beneath the water to find manta rays, sharks and hundreds of beautiful fish.
This has to be my favourite drone shot I’ve ever taken with turquoise water as far as the eye can see and the amazing uninhabited islands left as nature intended.
19. National Park of la Maddalena, Sardinia, Italy
The National Park of la Maddalena in Sardinia, Italy, is in my opinion one of the most beautiful places on earth.
With its crystal clear turquoise water and white sand beaches, it’s the perfect summer destination for anyone looking for a special beach holiday. The islands of the park are uninhabited and the only way to visit them is with a daily boat excursion.
20. Hong Kong, China
Many people don’t realise that Hong Kong has some beautiful hiking trail. This is one of my favourite trail: Tai Tun Shan in Sai Kung. It offers a great view of the bay and only takes 3 hours, though it’s not an easy hike!
21. Crystal Bay, Nusa Penida, Indonesia
The beautiful Crystal Bay on Nusa Penida is not only a great snorkelling spot but also for drone photography with neat rows of colourful umbrellas!
22. Sanborn, North Dakota, U.S.A
North Dakota has its own unique beauty. Flat farm fields, a variety of colours, and a distinct lack of trees contribute to what makes the landscape so beautiful!
23. Isaan, Thailand
Thailand is one of the trickier destinations these days to use drones, due to rules and regulations, but there are still far-flung parts where you can still go undeterred.
And Isaan would easily be one of these destinations, with vast rural and forested stretches, found dotted with lesser-known scenes, sites and attractions.
Drone: DJI Phantom 3
24. St. Gallen, Switzerland
St. Gallen is one of Switzerland’s most beautiful hidden gem of a city. It’s old town charm can only be outmatched by its peaceful ponds which are great for a relaxing escape from big city adventures.
25. Venice, Italy
Venice tops my list of favourite Italian cities, known as the city of bridges and the city of water, it is a joy to walk around. Whether the sun is shining or setting, whether it’s windy or sunny; you will be awed by Venice’s old-world charm.
Drone: DJI Phantom 3 Standard
26. Vieste, Puglia, Italy
My husband and I have just come back from a month bike trip around Puglia and were completely fascinated by the region’s beauty.
Vieste in particularly won our hearts because this is still a quite off the beaten destination that preserves a rich culture and many wild beaches.
As the city is all white, the sunset (captured in this photo) is one of our favourite times as it turns the whole place into gold.
Drone: DJI Phantom 3 Advanced
27. Okavango Delta, Botswana
You’ve likely heard or seen the Okavango Delta in a nature documentary. It’s one of Africa’s last untouched wildlife sanctuaries and a highlight of any safari.
It’s a vibrant wetland that many African animals call home and is truly one of the most beautiful places on earth. Taken last year.
28. Uonukuhihifo, Tonga
Tonga’s largest asset is its pristine beauty, almost entirely untouched by chain hotels or touristy resorts.
Instead, visitors to Tonga in the months of July – October can see one of nature’s most amazing birthing grounds, where humpback whales migrate to give birth to their young – Tonga Whales.
Drone: Phantom 3 Pro
29. Wehlen, Germany
Wehlen at the Moselle is a small town close to nature. Here, wine-growing has been a tradition for over 1100 years.
More and more tourists appreciate the good location in one of the warmest areas of Germany. They come to Wehlen for cycling, hiking, or to enjoy a good wine in one of the many renowned wine taverns.
30. Punta Sabbioni, Italy
Marina di Venezia in Punta Sabbioni is Europe’s largest camping village. This 5-star camping village is the perfect destination for a family holiday close to Venice. Dogs are welcome.
Drone: DJI Phantom 4
31. Mayoyao, Philippines
Mayoyao in Philippines is in the mountains set among verdant rice terraces and very much off the beaten track. It’s the perfect peaceful ending point at the end of an overnight trek from over Mt. Amuyao from Barlig.
32. Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
Gardens by the Bay is one of the most visited and popular places in Singapore. The park has an avatar-ish look and is located behind the Marina Bay sands hotel bordering the sea, the Singapore River and the barrage.
While the area is most crowded during the day it is best visited at night when there are light and music shows at the SuperTrees, pictured in the photo, and the entire park is lit in magical and otherworldly ways. After 9pm you will almost have it all to yourself.
33. Harstad, Norway
This small island is located off the coast of Harstad in the Northern Norway. This part of Norway is known for spectacular nature, Northern Lights, Reindeers and cold winters.
34. Cape Cross Seal Sanctuary, Namibia
We grabbed every opportunity to fly our drone in Namibia and the Cape Cross Seal Colony on the Skeleton Coast was one of our favourite flights.
Sending the drone up above the chaos of thousands and thousands of seals allowed me to capture this image that is one of my most cherished from the trip.
The only downside was that the area was extremely smelly due to all the seal waste!
35. Pai, Thailand
Known as being a backpacker and hippy paradise, Pai in Northern Thailand is a stunning location, filled with rice terraces, waterfalls and a chilled out village surrounded by beautiful mountains.
36. Leavenworth, Washington, U.S.A
Leavenworth is a small Bavarian-themed village located at the foothills of the Cascade Mountains in Washington State.
Complete with beautiful nature, beer gardens, and alpine-style lodging, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to Germany without having to leave the US.
Celebrate Oktoberfest or a traditional Christmas Market in Leavenworth. No matter the season, there’s always something going on!
37. Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Bora Bora is one of the top honeymoon destinations in the world and in fact, 90% of the visitors are on their honeymoon.
The island is the subject of many bucket list and dreams with its scenic Mount Otemanu in the middle and the shallow crystal clear lagoon encircling it which is filled with exclusive luxury hotels like the Intercontinental Thalasso Resort & Spa featured on this photo, all of which come with overwater villas, the first ones to ever be built.
Drone: Phantom 4 Pro
38. South Shore Issyk-kul, Kyrgyzstan
The Fairy Tale Canyon, or Skazka Canyon how it is called in Kyrgyzstan, lies on the south shore of the Issyk-Kul lake in Kyrgyzstan.
The Kyrgyz word Skazka means fairy tale and if you see these awesome shapes and colors, you know why. From a bird’s eye view, it looks like a painting.
Drone: DJI Mavic Pro
39. Puerto Madryn, Argentina
Although masked by a harsh landscape and windswept beaches, after a few hours’ drive in any direction of Puerto Madryn, you’ll be welcome into a wildlife paradise.
At a moment’s notice you can be swimming with sea lions, watching whales breech, chasing guanaco’s or walking amidst one of the world’s largest continental penguin colonies.
40. Bratislava Castle, Bratislava, Slovakia
Bratislava is one of Europe’s most underrated cities. First, it’s cheap. But more importantly, it’s a beautiful city with amazing architecture, bridges, and people. If you’re going to Vienna, Prague, or Budapest anyway, Bratislava is worth adding to your itinerary.
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41. Brandenburg, Germany
The picture shows the wide valley of the Havel river in Brandenburg, very close to Berlin. The contrast between the beautiful green nature and the mood of the big city in Berlin is huge!
42. Kaluts, Iran
The Kaluts desert is located in Kerman province, Iran. Here is where the NASA has recorded the highest temperature ever (71ºC).
43. Yazd, Iran
Yazd is one of the most touristic cities in Iran, a city filled with classic Middle Eastern wind-towers, beautiful mosques and mud-brick houses.
44. Mtskheta, Georgia
Located just 20 kilometers from the capital Tbilisi, Mtskheta is a 5,000-year old town and the spiritual capital of Georgia, the center of a local adaptation of Zoroastrianism, one of the most ancient religions ever.
45. Coron, Philippines
The lakes, beaches and lagoons of Coron look simply spectacular from any angle, but particularly so from the air.
46. El Nido, Phillippines
Both the Big and Small Lagoons are one of the iconic places in El Nido. The colour of the water will amaze you, this is a magical place to visit.
47. Istanbul, Turkey
Istanbul is an eclectic & vibrant mix of east meets west and old meets new. Its friendly, bustling streets are home to countless amazing shops, restaurants and historic places waiting to be discovered & explored!
48. Bacalar, Mexico
The most beautiful water in Mexico isn’t in the ocean. Instead, you’ll find it in the Yucatan peninsula’s Laguna Bacalar, whose nickname is the “Lake of Seven Colors”. It appropriately captures the many beautiful hues in this fascinating lagoon.
49. Raja Ampat, Indonesia
Sailing and diving in Raja Ampat with its pristine and mostly uninhabited islands was a dream trip.
It isn’t heavily frequented by tourists due to the difficulty getting there, but it’s not often you find a place this gorgeous with diving this good and so few people. So go explore, but just keep it on the DL, okay?
50. Lucerne, Switzerland
Lucerne is a fairy-tale destination in Switzerland known for its 14th century wooden covered bridges crossing a river travelled by graceful swans, an onion-domed church, colourfully frescoed facades, a well-preserved medieval wall, and a famous lion.
Lucerne is so romantically beautiful it’s hard to believe it’s real.
51. Ivanhoe Crossing, Kununurra, Australia
The Kimberley Region of Western Australia doesn’t disappoint with the number of natural wonders to discover.
If driving a river crossing in a four-wheel drive is on your list of experiences in Australia, the Ivanhoe Crossing is a must. With spectacular scenery surrounding it, let this crossing challenge you.
52. Atauro Island, Dili, Timor-Leste
Atauro Island is a small island situated 25 km north of Dili, the capital of Timor-Leste. It’s a quiet island and has the most biodiverse waters anywhere in the world making it the perfect scuba diving destination.
53. Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Ubud is an increasingly popular destination in Bali, Indonesia, thanks to the beautiful nature of the area. In particular, the Tegalalang Rice Terraces are an awe-inspiring sight thanks to the lush green terraces carved into the countryside.
54. Koh Phi Phi, Thailand
Koh Phi Phi is Thailand’s island paradise on the Andaman coast. Gorgeous back-to-back curved beaches open to the aquamarine sea, backed by lush green mountains.
55. Ghasri, Malta
Malta and its sister island, Gozo, have dramatic landscapes with rolling hills, rocky outcroppings, and cliffs that plunge straight into the bright blue Mediterranean Sea.
At Wied il-Ghasri, the sea flows in between impressive cliffs, creating the perfect environment for swimming and diving in underwater caves.
56. Jardín, Jericó and Barichara, Colombia
Some of the best places to wander in Colombia are one of the 17 historical Colonial towns.
This list includes Jardín, and Jericó in Antioquia which are surrounded by coffee farms, orange and papaya farms, and the more tropical dry forest of Barichara in Santander known as the prettiest town in Colombia. These are the perfect places for drone piloting!
57. Salt Flats Uyuni, Bolivia
Uyuni in Bolivia is worldwide known for its salt flats, which are the largest in the planet with more than 10.000 square kilometres.
During the rainy season, the sky reflects on the water, and you feel like walking in heaven; paradise for photographers!
58. Valley of Death, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile
In the north of Chile we can find the Valley of Death, a big canyon formed by small mountains and clouds in the middle of the desert. The formations have amazing shapes, and are also invaded by sand dunes where people can practice Sand Boarding.
59. Castaway Island, Fiji
Fiji is a very drone-friendly destination. The idyllic resort of Castaway Island showcases the beauty of this tropical island nation, with its clear blue coral waters and white sand beaches. Bula!
60. Stari Most Bridge, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A super early alarm was needed to capture the beauty of the Stari Most Bridge in Mostar at its finest and without being swarmed by tourists.
The early morning light brought this image to life, with the Koskin-Mehmed Pasha Mosque glistening in the background.
Chilling on the river bank and enjoying this view is one of the best things to do in Mostar. During the day, brave locals jump off the middle of the bridge into the river 24 metres below.
61. Las Coloradas, Mexico
Las Coloradas is a popular destination in Mexico, especially for drone fliers. The incredibly vibrant pink salt lakes pop out of the flat ground provide the perfect backdrop of a landscape drone shot.
It’s not easy to get there though! Las Colaradas is a four-hour drive from the closest tourist town of Valladolid.
62. Kandolhu, Maldives
Maldives is a magical country with its beautiful islands surrounded by white sandy beaches, turquoise waters and rich marine life. The water here is just as clear and turquoise as the photos and the same goes for those sandy white beaches that all beach lovers dream about visiting.
In the Maldives, you can choose between local islands or luxury resorts, and you can also visit uninhabited islands and have your own paradise island for the day.
63. Anse Source D’Argent on La Digue Island, Seychelles
The Seychelles have many beautiful beaches, but perhaps the most beautiful of them all is Anse Source D’Argent on La Digue island. This is particularly famous for its incredible rock formations and turquoise waters, and is a favourite with visitors to these beautiful islands.
64. Warderick Wells Cay, Exuma Islands, Bahamas
Warderick Wells Cay was our favourite spot to drop anchor during our sailing trip in the Bahamas. The drone was able to capture the stunning rainbow of blue created by sandbars and coral reefs – the perfect place to frolic in crystal-clear water and watch the sunset over this deserted island.
65. Costa Brava, Catalunya, Spain
The Costa Brava is the beautiful coastal region of Catalunya in north-eastern Spain.
66. Modica, Sicily, Italy
This is what Modica, Sicily looks like just after the sunrise.
67. Napa Valley, California, U.S.A
The entrance to Charles Krug Winery in Napa Valley is lined with olive trees. It’s the oldest winery in Napa.
68. Lake Tahoe, California, U.S.A
Life above the fog…. This is Mount Tallac, in the southwest of Lake Tahoe, California. Elevation: 9,739 ft (2,968 m).
69. Palm Springs, California, U.S.A
This is the La Quinta Resort in Palm Springs, California.
70. Sonoma, California, U.S.A
The tasting room at Jordan Winery in Sonoma is on top of a hill, overlooking the whole property.
71. Pula, Istria, Croatia
The Pula Arena is the name of the amphitheatre located in Pula, Croatia. The Arena is the only remaining Roman amphitheatre to have four side towers and with all three Roman architectural orders entirely preserved.
72. Rovinj, Istria, Croatia
Rovinj is a Croatian fishing port on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula, often called the most beautiful city in all of Croatia. A web of cobbled streets leads to the hilltop church of St. Euphemia, whose towering steeple dominates the skyline.
73. Anchorage, Alaska, U.S.A
Portage Glacier is a positively stunning sight anytime of the year but when you hike across a frozen lake to get to this snow-covered scene it just gets that much better! You’ll feel like you’re on another planet at Alaska’s Portage Glacier.
Photo taken with a PolarPro Polarizing Filter.
Drone: DJI Mavic Pro Platinum
74. Tivat, Montenegro
While not very big, the beauty here is all about the simplicity. Not to mention, the fantastic luxury yachts you can see parked in the marina!
76. Big Sur, California, U.S.A
This is one of the most beautiful spots in California. The tide fall below spills into the Pacific Ocean and creates a dramatic, yet peaceful scene. Amazing unspoiled nature at its best!
77. Dubrovnik, Croatia
The sparkling blue of the sea juxtaposed against the orange of the rooftops of the Old Town are a sight to see here. It seems like the wall and mountains hug the town in an effort to protect it!
This list certainly inspired my next destination. I love the way the Earth elements are captured together with the natural colours of the world.
How can you not be jealous of these drones that have travelled to more remote and magical places than us humans?!
Which drone photo are you most impressed with?
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