10 Fun-Filled Aerial Photos

2018 SkyPixel Contest Weekly Selection: Issue 8

People say that life is tough, but it can also be surprisingly fun, and with the right mindset, even beautiful. For this week’s selection of 2018 SkyPixel Contest submissions, we have shared ten works that reveal the fun in everyday life. Click here to see more details.

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1. Flowers on the Water | Equipment: Phantom 4 Pro

Photographer: Khánh Phan

Women are washing gorgeous flowers, gathering them into a bundle to bring to market. Shot from above, this photo captures the beautiful simplicity of a serene river scene.


2. Lines | Equipment: Phantom 4 Pro

Photographer: Andrea Marongiu

Andrea Marongiu captures some Sardinian sheep ambling along a road.


3. Riding the Geese | Equipment: Mavic Pro

Photographer: Arthur Kanatov

Arthur Kanatov captures some young tourists riding geese in Cheboksary, Russia.


4. ROBIN WOOD | Equipment: Mavic 2 Pro

Photographer: 612

A unique perspective is found next to neatly cut trees during a trip to the Dolomites in Italy.


5. Ski Field | Equipment: Mavic Pro

Photographer: 杨彬

A ski slope eliminated by the winter sun.


6. Burden Salt Harvest | Equipment: Phantom 4 Pro

Photographer: Tuấn Nguyễn

Tuấn Nguyễn captures workers carrying salt to a warehouse at Hon Khoi, the largest salt field in Vietnam.


7. Who Are You? | Equipment: Phantom 4 Pro

Photographer: Bluras

This beautifully hazy image was captured early in the morning as some curious sheep watch from a careful distance away.


8. Playing Basketball in Winter | Equipment: Mavic 2 Pro

Photographer: Andrius Aleksandravičius

Andrius Aleksandravičius captures a young man enjoying a snow-covered basketball court in Lithuania.


9. A Call to Semporna | Equipment: Mavic Air

Photographer: 循环

A simple, persuasive reason to go diving in Semporna.

10. City without God | Equipment: Mavic 2 Pro

Photographer: 杰克兔

The Burning Man festival is a Utopia in this real world. It takes place every August and only lasts for one week. During this week, there are no hierarchical, racial, or cultural differences.