Drones first arrived as a ‘new thing,’ fascinating and kind of lacking purpose, but faster than you could give it a thought it seemed like people found a domestic use for them. Having one nowadays is not really a luxury as much as a common contemporary way of dwelling into the unexplored territory of photography. Not only that but drones found commercial use as well in the hands of athletes, police force, search and rescue teams and alike. It’s a whole new way of exploring the Earth and here some of the most incredible shots you’ll ever see.
The West Australian
Mark Romanov, a wildlife cameraman, shot this unreal footage of two brave women high-fiving while surrounded by sharks. His friend, a wildlife biologist Forrest Galante, came up with an idea of asking his wife and a friend to set out on paddleboards and find the great white shark in its natural habitat. "At times, the sharks got so close to my paddleboard that I could see their color, fins, and gills in detail,” Kelly shared. "I was so in the moment that I didn’t realize how much adrenaline I had until I was out of the water."