They’re not as popular in India as they’ve become abroad, but if you’re a photography enthusiast, adding a drone to your arsenal is a surefire way of taking your photos to another level. The photographs (and videos) that drones can take are nothing short of spectacular – just have a look at www.dronestagram.com for further evidence. Here’s a list of our top picks, in no particular order other than awesomeness.

Tamul waterfall 

USER: Postandfly/Dronestagram
Tamul waterfall USER: Postandfly/Dronestagram
Dhaka, Bangladesh 

USER
Zayedh/Dronestagram
Dhaka, Bangladesh USER Zayedh/Dronestagram
Glorieta Rodolfo Sanchez Taboada, Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico
USER: w00tsor/Dronestagram
Glorieta Rodolfo Sanchez Taboada, Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico USER: w00tsor/Dronestagram
Bali Barat National Park, Indonesia 

User: Capungaero/Dronestagram
Bali Barat National Park, Indonesia User: Capungaero/Dronestagram
Mont Saint Michel Normandie, France 

USER: Jeremie Eloy/Dronestagram
Mont Saint Michel Normandie, France USER: Jeremie Eloy/Dronestagram
Lost Island 
USER: Marama/Dronestagram
Lost Island USER: Marama/Dronestagram
Whale shark and tourists 

USER:Postandfly Dronestagram
Whale shark and tourists USER:Postandfly Dronestagram
Al Marmoun racetrack, Dubai, UAE 
User: Shoyab/Dronestagram
Al Marmoun racetrack, Dubai, UAE User: Shoyab/Dronestagram
Above the mist, Maringá, Paraná, Brazil 

User : Ricardo Matiello/Dronestagram
Above the mist, Maringá, Paraná, Brazil User : Ricardo Matiello/Dronestagram
Xiwei Reservoir, Zoucheng Shandong China 
USER: Ambroselune/Dronestagram
Xiwei Reservoir, Zoucheng Shandong China USER: Ambroselune/Dronestagram