Aerial Photography Awards showcase incredible images taken of the world from above

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By Ella Walker, PA

Showing that birds undoubtedly have the best view of things, the first Aerial Photography Awards asked photographers to get inventive and take their best shot from the skies – via drones, kites, plane, helicopters and even balloon.

The prize? Well, $10,000 was up for grabs, but the spoils are really ours. Here are some of our favourite images from amongst the finalists…

Winner of the Daily Life category, The Lady of the Sea by Duy Sinh features a fishing net splayed out in the shape of a woman’s face

(Duy Sinh/Aerial Photography Awards/PA)

Winner of the Waterscapes category, Arctic by Kyle Vollaers depicts an iceberg off the coast of Qeqertarsuaq, Greenland

(Kyle Vollaers/Aerial Photography Awards/PA)

Abstract category winner Johan Vandenhecke triumphed with this image of the Tatacoa Desert

(Johan Vandenhecke/Aerial Photography Awards/PA)

The Transportation category was won by Alexander Sukharev thanks to this photo of a ship in the Gulf of Finland

(Alexander Sukharev/Aerial Photography Awards/PA)

Marc Le Cornu nabbed the gong in the documentary category for capturing the Jersey Airport Rescue & Firefighting Service training on a burning plane

(Marc Le Cornu/Aerial Photography Awards/PA)

In the Environmental category, Azim Khan Ronnie caught on film flood waters devastating farmers’ crops

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(Azim Khan Ronnie /Aerial Photography Awards/PA)

This beautiful image sees people harvesting swathes of grass on an open plain

(Khanh Phan/Aerial Photography Awards/PA)

Spot the flying flamingos in this powerful shot 

(Hua Shang/Aerial Photography Awards/PA)

The buildings of this Spanish city mimic the colours of a rainbow

(Sebastian Nagy/Aerial Photography Awards/PA)

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