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Pictured Montreal Biosphre, CanadaBy pixup. This newly-released book celebrates the worlds very best DRONE PHOTOGRAPHY. Dronescapes, released May 9, features stunning imagery of famous landmarks, breathtaking landscapes, and out-of-the-ordinary scenes.

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Pictured Guararapes, Brazil By Marcio Ogra. The book has a collection of 250 images that range from the Golden Gate Bridge and the Statue of Liberty to flying eagles and free divers.

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Pictured Rio de Janeiro, Brazil By Alexandre Salem. The book, published by Thames & Hudson, is made up of photographs that were sourced from Dronestagram, a popular drone photography site, which has seen more than 60,000 images posted since 2014.

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Pictured Bali Barat National Park, Indonesia. Ayperi said: "I was looking at finding imagery which would not point to 'seen from the sky,' but more at drones as companions in our daily life, through innovative angles. "Eagles chasing drones, nude photography shot by a drone, never seen shadows and patterns, breathtaking closeness to monuments, "the drone version of a selfie."

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Pictured: San Francisco, USA By GotShots. As drone availability and popularity has increased in recent years, so too have the number of images being posted online – the hashtag "Dronestagram," for example, has more than 900,000 postings on Instagram alone.

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Pictured New York, USA By Fdnyfish. Guillaume Jarret, Dronestagram's managing director, believes that such intrigue towards drone photography comes from man's ever-present fascination with flying.

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Pictured Saint-Malo, France By Easy Ride. A good drone photo, he said, is one that is immediately identifiable as having been taken by that medium – low altitude, near the target of the picture, and impossible if it were not for the drone.

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Pictured Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur, USA By Romeo Durocher. Guillaume said: "Just look at people in an airplane, stuck on the window seat looking down. "With satellite images, and apps like Google Earth, we are now used to seeing Earth from above.

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Pictured Guntur, India By Aurobird. "But drone photos bring a new way of seeing the world, at low altitude, near landscapes and buildings, like a bird would do."Guillaume Jarret, Dronestagram's managing director, believes that such intrigue towards drone photography comes from man's ever-present fascination with flying.