A look at the world from the sky with these drone pics
A French company has collected a series of incredible images taken by drones at some of the world's most famous or hard to reach locations.
Take a look at these incredible drone-eye views of some of the world's most famous locations, like the Tiger Cave Temple, in Thailand. There are 1,237 steps to climb to get to the top of the temple, and lots of cheeky monkeys live near the bottom of the temple who try to pinch people's belongings in exchange for food!
It might look like something out of a fairytale, but this is actually Le Mont-Saint-Michel, a tiny town in France, which people can only get to when the tide is out. Just 44 people live on the island, but it is visited by around three million tourists every year!
Take a look at this crazy drone's-eye view of the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. The entire statue stands at a whopping 38 metres tall! The 2016 Olympic Games will be held in Rio de Janeiro later this year.
This mind-blowing drone picture was taken at the Weeping Rock Park in Utah, USA. The park gets its name from the fact that the rocks literally 'weep' water. Rainwater seeps through the softer layers of rock and then falls out when it meets a harder layer.
This magical view is of the ice lagoon of Jökulsárlón in Iceland. The lake was formed around 60 years ago and is now one of the deepest in Iceland. Beautiful!
Take a look at the spectacular Keyhole Arch in California, USA. The magical light beam you can see happens around Winter Solstice time when the Sun sets behind the arch on the beach.
This drone managed to capture this amazing view of the Sagrada Familia, a church in Barcelona, Spain. The church was designed by famous Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí, and was never finished before he died. However, people decided to try to finish building it and it's hoped it will be completed by 2026.
Drones have been able to help capture pictures that we wouldn't normally be able to take, like this incredible one of Mount Vesuvius in Italy. The volcano is famous for being the one that wiped out the town of Pompeii during ancient Roman times.