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OT/MISC Drone photography diehards pick their favorite shots of 2017
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    2 Drone photography diehards pick their favorite shots of 2017

    https://qz.com/1168549/drone-photogr...shots-of-2017/

    Drone photography diehards pick their favorite shots of 2017

    December 31, 2017

    Drones have allowed photographers to explore perspectives previously only available to those with access to airplanes and helicopters. Their relative ease of use and increasingly cheaper costs have revolutionized photography for professionals and amateurs alike.

    Drone photo-sharing site Dronestagram has released their favorite images of the year, selected by the site’s moderators. The selections showcase a diverse range of locations and subjects including a leaping polar bear in Arctic Canada, a sweeping waterfall in Iceland, and window washers hanging off a Moscow skyscraper.


    Quad bikes cross sand dunes in Namibia. (LukeMaximoBell/Dronestagram)



    Hippos in Serengeti National Park. (yannick68/Dronestagram)



    Two scooters crossing a bridge in Chiang Mai, Thailand. (tominspires/Dronestagram)



    A long staircase leading to one of the most beautiful beaches in Algarve, Portugal. (jcourtial/Dronestagram)



    A house surrounded by water in Alexandria Bay, New York. (JustenSoule/Dronestagram)



    Salt fields in Bac Lieu Province, Vietnam. (helios1412/Dronestagram)
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    Window washers hang alongside Mercury City Tower in Moscow, Russia. (Alexey Goncharov/Dronestagram)



    Skyscrapers in Dubai. (bachirm/Dronestagram)



    Melissani Cave on the Greek island of Kefalonia. (Calin Stan/Dronestagram)



    A view of a hotel along the coast of Montenegro. (makadron/Dronestagram)



    The Gullfoss waterfall in Iceland. (Vaidas/Dronestagram)



    A polar bear moves between pieces of sea glacier. (Florian Ledoux/Dronestagram)
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    Soooo cool....

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    Wow! Thanks, Thompson.
    LeV

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    Love them all but my favorite would be either the polar bear or the house surrounded by water.
    I once was blind but now I see!...
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    Thanks

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    Drone photography is so fascinating and seems to have a very broad appeal. Maybe that appeal is based on the freedom to view a birds view of our world. The appeal to me is stronger than from an aircraft. I used to love flying at 50 foot levels just prior to sunset. The air was so smooth, just slowly swimming in the air enjoying the view.
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