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From Rubble to Nature, Hersted Høje

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Artificial hill made of building rubble and soil. Construction started in 1968 and the hills contain 3.000.000 m3

Envol

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La Saône au printemps

La Saône en crue

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La Saône déborde à Tournus (hiver 2017/2018)

ENDORPHINE

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Flight at sunset.

Habere-Poche, Lac le Vallon, Haute Savoie

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Habere-Poche, Lac le Vallon, Haute Savoie

Un lagon dans le lagon, Passe Sada, Mayotte

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Un lagon dans le lagon. Ce récif ouste, situé à près de 10km de la côte, abrite un lagon intérieur avec son fond sablonneux. Son éloignement de la côte lui permet d'abriter une faune riche et permet des rencontres en ...

Fields

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Rural Ariège, France

Boat House

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Boat house on a calm, dreary day...

Clubmed Bintan, Indonesia

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Menez Hom, Finistère, Bretagne, FRANCE

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On the lakeshore

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Winter short flight on the lakeshore.

Moos in Switzerland

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Flying with Mavic Pro in the region of Lucern - Switzerland

Lake

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Flying in Switzerland.

Port de Binic

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Port et village de Binic dans les Côtes d'Armor (Bretagne)

Port d’Arzal, Morbihan

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Le port d'Arzal-Camoel dans le Morbihan (Bretagne)

Baie de Quervière

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La baie de Quervière, paysage de la Hague dans la Manche (Normandie)

Baie d’Ecalgrain

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La Baie d'Eclagrain dans la Hague (Normandie, Manche)

Port Racine

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Port Racine dans la Hague, le plus petit port de France

Kelingking Beach, Nusa Penida, Indonesia 

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Amazing place in Nusa Penida  

Balcon nord de Mayotte

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Mayotte possède des paysages fabuleux avec ses forêts humides au nord, majestueuses et ses forêts sèches au sud. Le tout ceinturé par un lagon qui peut se révéler enchanteur...

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Four years ago I created this site as a side project. As an amateur drone pilot since the beginning, I had the idea of building the first social network dedicated to drone photography. Everything was free and we have not earned a single penny from Dronestagram as of today. However, we quickly found that the tim it took to build and maintain Dronestagam turned our passion into a full time job. I don’t regret any of the time or effort that we have put into Dronestagram, and am very happy to have done what I could for the drone community. Every day I let your pictures take me away to exotic places. But, Dronestagram needs to grow and we can’t do it alone.
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