Bizarre Photos Of Rarely Seen Places And Structures Captured With A Drone Offering A New Perspective Of Our Beautiful Planet

These images are enough to make viewers do a double-take. Although they look like vibrant works of abstract art, they are actually drone photographs taken by brothers J.P. and Mike Andrews, from near Wolverhampton, England.

The pair started the series in December 2016 and have visited eight countries in total, choosing both manmade and natural formations as their subject matter. Their abstract series includes aerials of marshlands, glaciers, a blood-red river, sand spits in the ocean, salt lakes, mines no longer in use, reefs, sea defenses, the inside of an abandoned cooling tower and an abandoned international airport terminal.

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