Beach Photos Captured With a Drone, As one drone photographer put it, “Everything looks better from the air. Novice photographers now have an easy way to capture stunning scenes from a bird’s-eye-view. The recent surge in consumer drones has brought the Instagram community to a new level.
So if you haven’t visited the beach yet this year or you’re in need a mental getaway, you can visit some of the world’s most beautiful beaches vicariously through these drone photographers — all without getting any sand between your toes.
This photo was shot with my DJI Phantom 3 in Thailand, Krabi in 2016. It’s possible to get to the Sirithan Beach (sandy island) walking from the mainland (more right) in the water. The maximum depth in the most shallow path is waist-high. A little inconvenience totally worth it because the beach is almost empty and feels like a paradise.
Shot taken with DJI Spark in a beautiful summer day in Ponta Negra Beach (Natal, Brazil). One of the most popular destinations in Brazil.
Apparently this mountain looks like a Saint Bernard. I don’t see it but it’s a beautiful beach in Sicily. San Vito Lo Capo, Italy
Through the years, El Nido has been famous to many due to the picturesque sceneries found in the islands surrounding it; both on land and under the sea. Because of the outstanding beauty of the islands around it, the mainland of El Nido seemed boring to many. However, not known to many, the mainland of El Nido is also home to many breath-taking sceneries and beautiful beaches
THE ISLAND OF ZAKYNTHOS IS A jagged little piece of land off the southwest coast of Greece that features a number of rocky coves cut off from the mainland. In one of these secluded bits of paradise is Navagio Beach, a sandy little strip that would be remarkable for its beauty, but is made more so by the crumbling remains of a smuggler’s shipwreck.
Get the adrenaline pumping at Lampuuk Beach, a white sandy beach known for surfing and kite surfing. The soft sand and clear water provide ample sunbathing and swimming opportunities, all against a backdrop of lush mountains in the distance. Prepare for sparse facilities, save a couple changing stalls towards the back of the beach. Local vendors have kiosks set up selling fresh coconut water and grilled fish. The beach is otherwise quiet, giving you plenty of space to yourself.
The 8 km long Noordhoek Beach is one of the best-protected stretches of shore on the Atlantic Cape coast. Surrounded by wonder, this beach is backed by preserved wetlands that dissolve into majestic slopes covered in coastal fynbos, which are small heather like trees and shrubs. Horseback riding is a popular pastime on this beach that has many trails weaving into the wetlands. To gather supplies for a day at the beach head into the nearby charming Noordhoek village.
Bronte Beach (NSW 323) lies 200 m south of Tamarama and is a slightly bigger beach at 250 m in length, but with a larger rips. The beach is set in a picturesque valley, occupied by 10 ha Bronte Park. The park and a moderate amount of parking in the old tramway cutting, plus the government bus service make Bronte a popular beach. However this popularity keeps the lifesavers and year round lifeguards busy with an average of 130 rescues a year. Beach Photos Captured With a Drone
Have you ever visited White Beach Puerto Galera? If not read this guide I created for you to have an idea what to expect and have fun without getting into trouble.
It is a popular beach in Puerto Galera and thousands of tourists from all over the world flock here every year.