Europe from a bird's eye view

Photographer Amos Chapple has taken amazing aerial photographs of European cities. By attaching the camera to a small drone, he was able to reach places inaccessible to most people. Now Europe from a bird's eye view can be seen not only by pilots but also by “flightless birds”. Amos visited such countries as Spain, France, Germany, Italy, Hungary, Turkey, Russia, Georgia, Armenia. Look down on Europe :-) with us.

14 PHOTOS

Europe from a bird's eye view

1. Barcelona, Spain.

The Eixample district, in the center of which you can see the Sagrada Familia (Sagrada Familia), the famous project of Antono Gaudí. (Photo: Amos Chapple).

Europe from a bird's eye view

2. Trieste, Italy

Vittoria Light or Victory Lighthouse is an active lighthouse in the Gulf of Trieste. It is the tallest lighthouse in the world at 68 meters. (Photo: Amos Chapple).

Europe from a bird's eye view

3. Bourtange, Netherlands.

Fort in the form of a star in the town of Bourtange. The last cannon shot thundered here three centuries ago, now this place is a museum and the center of a "sleepy town" in eastern Holland. (Photo: Amos Chapple).

Europe from a bird's eye view

4. Abkhazia.

Russian vacationers on the beach. According to the photographer, he usually tries not to shoot in places where there are many people. But there was such a brisk trade on the beach that no one even paid attention to the noise emitted by the drone. (Photo: Amos Chapple).

Europe from a bird's eye view

5. Katskhi Pillar, Georgia.

Over the past twenty years, a Georgian hermit lived there who wanted to be "closer to God." (Photo: Amos Chapple).

Europe from a bird's eye view

6. Yerevan, Armenia.

Giant statue of Mother Armenia. The photographer likes to work in places where there are few tourists, and in Armenia, he came to visit his best friend. (Photo: Amos Chapple).

Europe from a bird's eye view

7. Paris, France.

Sacré-Cœur in the fog at dawn. (Photo: Amos Chapple).

Europe from a bird's eye view

8. Tbilisi, Georgia.

The winding Kura River winds through the capital. (Photo: Amos Chapple).

Europe from a bird's eye view

9. Budapest, Hungary.

Buda Castle on Saint Stephen's Day, which is Hungary's national holiday (August 20). (Photo: Amos Chapple).

Europe from a bird's eye view

10. Magdeburg, Germany.

A barge sails across a water bridge over the Elbe in eastern Germany. (Photo: Amos Chapple).

Europe from a bird's eye view

11. Barcelona, Spain.

The Templo Expiatorio del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús, which is located on the top of Mount Tibidabo in Barcelona. (Photo: Amos Chapple).

Europe from a bird's eye view

12. Istanbul, Turkey.

Beautiful mosques and views of the Sea of Marmara. (Photo: Amos Chapple).

Europe from a bird's eye view

13. Budapest, Hungary.

Statue of Liberty and a beautiful view of the city. (Photo: Amos Chapple).

Europe from a bird's eye view

14. Peterhof, Russia.

Peter and Paul Cathedral in Peterhof - "Russian Versailles". (Photo: Amos Chapple).

Amos Chapple began his career as a newspaper photographer in New Zealand. Later he worked on a UNESCO project - photographing objects inscribed on the World Heritage List. Currently, Amos is a freelance photographer specializing in photography of unknown and beautiful corners of the world.

Keywords: Europe | Travel | World | Earth | Spain | Asia | Photography | View | Landscape | Nature | City | Country | Camera

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