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A lollipop-style roundabout scratches the edge of a beach boardwalk. Wildwood, New Jersey, United States. An award winning travel photographer has released stunning images he took using a DRONE. Chase Guttman, whose work has been highlighted by National Geographic, has documented some of his best work in his starter guide to drone photography.

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Americas Mother Road abruptly ends at the tip of the Pacific, where rollercoasters twist and turn above dancing waves. Santa Monica, California, United States. The 20-year-old is famed for dramatic drone images, such as an electric fairground from above, a tranquil shot of woman walking through a park and a startling image of a waterfall. His successes have also won him the Walter Cronkeit Award for Excellence in Storytelling and Exploration.

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Overnight snowfall dusts a quintessential Manhattan roundabout, where Christopher Columbus presides over the spot where all official distances to New York City are measured. Midtown, New York, United States. The vibrant photos now form part of book called The Handbook of Drone Photography - A Complete Guide to the New Art of Do-It-Yourself Aerial Photography, which was released on February 21.

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Rich in Polynesian fantasy, over water bungalows are steeped in vibrantly tinted Tahitian seas. Faaa, Iles du Vent, French Polynesia.
The US native said: "I really enjoy drones as an artistic medium, as I'm fascinated by perspective and the power it holds in creating stunning imagery.

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Vehicles negotiate a series of dramatic hairpin turns along San Franciscos Lombard Street -- one of the crookedest lanes in the world. Russian Hill, San Francisco, California, United States.