Drone photography has become one of the most interesting forms of art in the last few years, as the price of drones has dropped and become an increasingly open was of taking video and images from above.
While aerial shots are certainly nothing new, this collection of images has captured places around the globe from directly above, giving the pictures a perfectly straight top-down view.
In some of the images, every day objects and buildings have taken on new forms having been photographed from this angle, while in others the composition creates a lovely piece of art in itself – Reykjavík, Iceland by Willian Justen de Vasconcellos for example, that looks like a living Nordic flag.
Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque, Shah Alam, Malaysia by Izuddin Helmi-Adnan.
Ålesund, Norway by Geran de Klerk
Bengaluru, India by Cloudvisual India
Castle Cornet, Guernsey by Enrapture Media.
Cheddar Gorge, England by Ryan Searle.
Coney Island, New York, United States by Jeffrey Blum.
Downtown, Los Angeles, United States by David Deleon.
Fort Lauderdale, United States by Lance Asper.
Kuala Dungun, Malaysia by Gaddafi Rusli.
Lachute, Canada by Droneflyer Nick.
Licola, Monterusciello, Italy by Michele Feola.
Lido di Jesolo, Italy by Max Boettinger.
Muelle Uno, Málaga, Spain by Willian Justen de Vasconcellos.
Naples, United States by Derek Thomson.
Nonsbu, Krokelvdalen, Norway by Ferdinand Stohr.
Parque das Nações, Lisbon, Portugal by Joao Silveira.
Phalaborwa, South Africa by Geran de Klerk.
Reykjavík, Iceland by Willian Justen de Vasconcellos.
Sentosa, Singapore by Hanson Lu.
Siquijor, Philippines by James Connolly.
Split, Croatia by Grant Ritchie.
Swiss Alps by Kimon Maritz.
Tegallalang, Indonesia by Omer Rana.
Tignes, France by Raphael Biscaldi.
Transfăgărășan, Sibiu, Romania by Jaromir Kavan.
Tulum, Mexico by Spencer Watson.
Utö, Sweden by Geran de Klerk.