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The eye in the sea

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Rocks formation by the shore create interesting shapes as the waves crashing on it

Baby elephant?

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Rock formations on the beach sometimes looks like something else when you look from above

Abstract oysters

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Parcs à huîtres à Cancale (Bretagne)

New Hope – Lambertville on the Delaware River – at dusk.

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This is a video I shot with my Mavic Pro drone in 4k. It's around the bridge connecting New Hope Pennsylvania to Lambertville, New Jersey. This is typical Bucks County PA scenery. I added some background music that ...

Indian River Inlet, Delaware – at night

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Night shot of Indian River Inlet in Delaware with my Mavic Pro

Batterie Blankenese

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La batterie "Blankenese" de Néville-sur-Mer est située au nord-est de la pointe du Cotentin. Cette batterie, appartenait à la Kriegsmarine était équipée de 4 canons anti-aériens britanniques Vickers 94 mm M/39 dans de...

Aerial Beach Waves

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Photos was taken in Bulgaria during a hot summer.

Easter tour around a church in Ruse, Bulgaria

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Easter tour around an Orthodox church in Ruse, Bulgaria. The photo is taken after merging 30 frames, each with an exposure of a few seconds.

Ipswich Waterfront

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Ipswich Waterfront.

Harwich

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Harwich Suffolk,United Kingdom

Harwich

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Harwich Suffolk,United Kingdom

MERIDIAN

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In search of beauty .... spring has come.

Dam and Drone

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Drone footage of a dam wall at a reservoir.

MAD CITY

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The dusty city, otherwise ... A different look at the dusty city .. Heraklion and all of Crete have been covered by the African veil of dust that has been "up and down" in the atmosphere of the island.

ILLUSION

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Living the Dream

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Sunrise on Big Hickory with the Mavic Pro

Badbury Rings, Site of an ancient Fort.

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Badbury Rings is an Iron Age hill fort in east Dorset, England. It was in the territory of the Durotriges. In the Roman era a temple was located immediately west of the fort, and there was a Romano-British town known ...

Králíky – klášter na Hoře Matky Boží

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A monastery where monks and nuns were imprisoned in inhumane conditions during comunistic period in Czech Republic.

Campista Beach Macaé

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The best Beach of Macaé city in Rio de Janeiro.

Akron Aerial Photography

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Phone: 330-325-4418 Website: http://akronaerialphotography.net Akron Aerial Photography іѕ a unique соmbіnаtіоn оf сrеаtіvіtу and tесhnісаl precision, rolling оut thе сuttіng еdgе and avant-garde іn aerial tес...

Eric Dupin CEO DronestagramDear members of the Dronestagram community,
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.
Now we know that displaying ads to get cash does not fit for a platform like Dronestagram (low revenues, bad user experience), and this is the reason why we call on you: we need your financial support to continue and build a strong business model.
We have two priority projects:
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The benefit for you? Through the website, you will be able to monetize your work by selling your photos. Dronestagram will do your advertising and take care of everything else.
All of this costs money, and I have decided to address you straight away, inviting you to take part in the journey with a donation.
Of course you are totally free to choose the amount of your donation, but trust me, right now every Euro, franc, dollar, ruble, yen, kroner, baht, and ruppee will help.
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