Thursday, 1 October 2020

I Mentioned A Couple Of Days Ago,

I went to the shop,

Kingfisheries in Croydon Road Beckenham, whilst there I was chatting to Lee who showed me some of the photographs and videos that he had taken with his drone, and then today I found this,

the 2020 Drone Photography Awards an arresting collection of aerial shots, and among its winners is a serendipitous image of a heart-shaped school of salmon, captured by Australian photographer Jim PicĂ´t, the piece is particularly special because a shark swims near the center, chasing one of the fish, “Love Heart of Nature” he quotes “In winter, a shark is inside a salmon school when, chasing the baitfish, the shape became a heart shape.” all images © the photographers, courtesy of 2020 Drone Awards,

“Gray Whale Plays Pushing Tourists” by Joseph Cheires. “At the end of the gray whale season, I was told about a gray whale that, for the last 3 years, used to play with the boats, pushing them gently. So we went back the year after and incredibly the gray whale appeared and this shot is the result.”

“Alien Structure on Earth” by Tomasz Kowalski. “Sometimes we need to change the perspective to feel the strength of the structure stronger than we’ve ever thought. The Petronas Towers, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers, are twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur.”

“Where Herons Live”  by Dmitrii Viliunov. “Many think that herons make nests in reeds or in a swamp. In fact, they nest in the tops of huge trees and with a drone it is sometimes possible to see them.”

“On the Sea” by Roberto Corinaldesi. “An aerial view of swimmers, where the sea becomes the place to take refuge, between the blue carpet and the white foam of the waves.” hosted by the Siena Awards Festival, the contest received entries from photographers in 126 countries, and an exhibition titled Above Us Only Sky will run October 24 to November 29 in Siena to showcase the top images to see these and many more photographs have a look at more winning shots on the contest’s site, stunning photographs indeed.

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