Feature Image by: Harry Charters

Beautiful Aerial Photography of Instagram

8th March 2017, 04:38pm

We've curated a stunning collection of birds-eye-view images—using the #CanonAustralia hashtag on Instagram—from photographers intrigued by exploring new perspectives. Next time you hear a chopper or plane overhead, just think, it could be one of these talented photographers on the hunt for their next jaw-dropping image.


It's been a favorite beach of mine since I was kid getting pushed into waves by the old man, to the days of after work surfs and beers down on the sand.

Off to Montreal tomorrow and looking forward to some cold weather! Aerials of some snowy mountains coming your way soon, until then here's one of my favourites from the Hutt Lagoon.


 

One of the beautiful turquoise lagoons spotted while flying overs Shark Bay 🚁

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One of the beautiful turquoise lagoons spotted while flying overs Shark Bay.


The wheat harvest is particularly late this year due to all the weather. The flip side is that all this rain has made some fantastic looking crops that should yield well if they can dodge the storms.


Indecision. Camel tracks. 1685ft. Feral Camels are huge issue and are well established in Central Australia. In addition to economic and social impacts, they cause significant damage to native vegetation and wetlands and compete with native animals for food.


 

My neighborhood — Bondi Beach

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My neighborhood Bondi Beach.


Not a drop of water in sight  the textures and colours of the dry salt Lake Amadeus in the middle of the Red Center of Australia.


 

One of my favourite aerials from that time I went to Mars (Namibia).

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One of my favourite aerials from that time I went to Mars (Namibia).


 

Just taking in the views of Tasman Island from a @osbornehelitours helicopter flight 🚁🚁 I recently had the absolute pleasure of working with Osborne Heli Tours to help showcase the incredible scenery which can be viewed from their soon to be available helicopter tours around the Tasman Peninsula region of @tasmania. I cannot fully describe how amazing the scenery and coastline is in this part of the world and I have been very (im)patiently waiting for a couple of weeks to share this particular image from the southern side of Tasman Island looking back to Cape Pillar and Cape Hauy. This view would have to rival any other iconic views in Tasmania and this is currently one of my absolute favourite images I have ever captured anywhere in our beautiful state. I am very much looking forward to sharing many more images taken from this tour and I highly recommend getting up in the air with @osbornehelitours to experience this for yourself! ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Canon 5Ds 24-70mm f/2.8L 24mm f/8 1/500th secs ISO640 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 📸 Prints available : http://tassiegrammer.com.au 📩 Email enquiries : enquiries@tassiegrammer.com.au ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ #beautifuldestinations#fantastic_earth#infinity_shotz#passionpassport#magicpict#igbest_shotz#tourtheplanet#osbornehelitours#jaw_dropping_shots#abcmyphoto#igPodium#discovertasmania#aerialphotography#special_shots#travelworld#tasmanisland#dream_image#global_hotshotz#thebest_capture#greatshotz#wildest_earthpix#ourplanetdaily#travelstoke#tasmanpeninsula#exploringaustralia#earthpix#thisworldexists#places_wow#seeaustralia#projectrawcast

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Just taking in the views of Tasman Island from a @osbornehelitours helicopter flight.


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