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Here Are Hungary’s Most Breathtaking Drone Photos

Ábrahám Vass 2018.06.22.

More than 1,000 drone-made photographs were submitted to the first Hungarian drone photo competition. On Saturday, the jury announced the 29 best works, including the overall winner and the winner of the public vote. All of 29 photos are now on display in Budapest’s Premier Kultcafé.

Here, then are some of the best drone images:

The overall winner of the competition. Image: Böröczky Bulcsú.

The winner of the public vote. Image: Ötvös Sándor

Critical Mass. Image: Domonkos Sándor.

Lifepath. Photo: Tóth Dezső.

Pool. Image: Szeleczkei Patrik.

Palm shade in the lagoon. Image: Istvándi Botond.

The Circle of Cypress Trees Tuscany. Image: Nagy Gábor.

Image: Temesi Ádám.

Apple trees in winter. Image: Kósa István.

Marshlands. Photo: Kovács Norbert.

Barcelona by night. Image: Radisics Milán.

Heart pool in a drained pont. Image: Radisics Milán.

Image: Sóki Tamás.

The Royal Palace in Visegrád. Image: Szolykó Dávid.

Outsider. Image: Tuli Szilárd.

Lines. Image: Csák István.

Image: Egyed Ufó Zoltán.

Balaton labyrinth. Image: Fényes Lóránd.

Children’s Railway in Hűvösvölgy (Budapest) in Winter. Image: Gábor Zoltán.

Ravine. Image: Győri Zoltán.

Image: Kirják József.

Aztec horse track. Image: Hedrich Zoltán.

Image: Csuhaj Lilla.

The Four Guardsmen, Image: Kiefer Béla

Life on earth. Image: Méhes Gábor.

Image: Orbán Péter.

Galopping horses. Image: Somogyi István.

Bookshelf. Image: Sáfrány Levente.

Fonyód by night. Image: Kajetán Jácint


via Index.hu, 444.hu, dronephotoaward.org

featured image: The Four Guardsmen, Image: Kiefer Béla