An aerial, tilt-shifted, time lapse homage to the largely overlooked magnificence of Albania by Joerg Daiber.
Wonderful aerials of New York by
Jeffrey Milstein (he of the phallic cruise ships).
Above (from top): Coney island, Stuyvesant Town, midtown, Macy’s parade and Liberty Island.
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Speirview Ireland writes:
After a recent photoshoot in Glendalough at sunrise, which you can see
here, we had some spare time and shot some filler scenes around Glendalough. For fun we added the Jurassic park theme to the video and it turned out way better than we expected. I give you “Glendalough Park”. You can almost see the Dinosaurs!
Eight gelatinous mourners gather around a fallen friend on the Valetta seafront – as seen from above.
anamorphic for the Malta street art festival by artist Leon Keer.
Spectacular aerial photographs of cities around the world from Russian not-for-profit
Above: Amsterdam (1 & 2) , Paris, Berlin, Moscow, Prague and Ceský Krumlov, Czech Republic
A ‘Dublin-flavoured topographical alphabet’ by.James Kelleher, inspired by Rhett Dashwood’s Google Maps Typography and Benedikt Groβ and Joey Lee’s Aerial Bold project.
Good luck naming them locations.
Dublin 26: A Google Maps Alphabet (Pilcrow)
(H/T: Rob Dalton)
A really rather superb cinematic short (shot using drone-mounted Phantom 2 and GoPro3+ mini cameras) filmed around Ireland during the summer of 2014 by Michal Sacha.
Fullscreen, sound up, chest out.