From a Volcanic Fissure to a Waterlily Harvest, the 2022 Drone Photo Awards Captures Earth’s Stunning Sights from Above



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September 14, 2022

Grace Ebert

“Big Bang” by Armand Sarlangue. All images courtesy of Siena Awards Festival, shared with permission

The annual Drone Picture Awards announced its 2022 winners before this thirty day period, releasing a amazing assortment of images that body the world’s most alluring landscapes from a rarely-viewed watch. This year’s contest garnered submissions from 2,624 individuals hailing from 116 countries, and the aerial shots capture a huge array of lifestyle on Earth, like a caravan of camel shadows crossing the Arabian Desert, a waterlily harvest in West Bengal, and the veiny trails of lava emerging from a fissure in the vicinity of Iceland’s Fagradalsfjall volcano.

Hosted by the Siena Awards Festival, the competitiveness showcases its winning pictures in a recurring exhibition referred to as Earlier mentioned Us Only Sky, which will run from Oct 1 to November 20 in the Italian metropolis. Until finally then, see some of our favorites under and take a look at the whole selection on the awards’ site.

 

“Waterlily Harvesting” by Shibasish Saha

“Duotian” by Ningtai Yu

“Fertility” by Christian Trustrup

“Shadows of the Desert” by Bastian Brüsecke

“Aftermath of La Palma’s Volcano Eruption” by Enrico Pescantini

“Wings of the White Cliffs” by Alexey Kharitonov

“Blue” by Fernando O’farrill

“Fading Faith” by Fabian Balint

“Rooftops of Kartoffelraekkerne Neighborhood” by Serhiy Vovk

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