Breathtaking drone pictures show natural and man-made scenes around the world

These breathtaking images show the stunning natural and man-made patterns around around the world which are only visible from the air

Wednesday, 24th July 2019, 4:45 pm
Updated Wednesday, 24th July 2019, 5:45 pm
Drone pictures

The aerial photographs captured by two British brothers JP and Mike Andrews, aged 33 and 31, show how "weird and wonderful the world can look from above".

Perfectly lined up beach chairs and umbrellas on the beach awaiting the days sunbathers in Massa, Italy
Kayaks resting in a French lake forming a petal shaped pattern in Cte d'Azur, France

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Diminishing perspective of a vast housing complex in Hong Kong
Abandoned desert road covered by windswept sand dunes photographed in Dubai
Skyscrapers in the densely populated region of Mid Levels District on Hong Kong Island
A lonely camel and its shadow crossing the Arabian desert at sunset in the United Arab Emirates
A cargo ship setting sail and the containers on board forming a shadow resembling a city skyline photographed in the Scheldt tidal estuary, The Netherlands
Speed boat creating circular wake patterns out at sea photographed off the coast of Monaco
Colourful and intricate patterns created by the oyster farms situated in the marshlands in La Tremblade, western coast of France
A variety of canal barges moored up in symmetrical patterns in Warwickshire, England
Impressions left in the sand by a cars tyres photographed in Gruissan, South of France
Rows of tulips showing the variety of colours when in spring bloom in Lisse, Netherlands
A black volcanic beach and gentle ocean waves washing ashore in Southern region of Iceland
Rows of unsold vehicles on a factory car park photographed in the north of England