I traveled to the Canaries, to the island of Lanzarote, and I want to show you how this island seems to come from another planet, photographing it from the drone! The red dune, the strange spherical vineyards, blowholes, ragged cliffs against an immense sea — all of which add to the unearthly look of the place.

Even though I'm a professional photographer, travel photography is my hobby, and over the years, I've taken many photos of exotic places. If you like what you see, you can check out more of my works on Instagram. Enjoy the album!

More info: Instagram | eleonoracosti.com

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Marcellus the Third
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3 months ago

Explanations would help! These circles are man-made, each containing a vine: These rich, heat-storing, volcanic sands create some very distinct wines.

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Naomi Wayker
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that one lone tree

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Liz Brearley
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El Charco de los Clicos near the village of El Golfo

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seawing*nightwing
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rip this tree's friends

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Liz Brearley
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The fabulous road through Timanfaya National Park

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Leslie Bethea
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I want to drive there!

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Naomi Wayker
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those waves are beautiful

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Loki’s Lil Butter Knife
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3 months ago

Love the contrast between the parched dessert landscape and the crystal blue waters.

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Angi Jiles
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Do you see the face?

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Liz Brearley
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El Jardin de Cactus, Guatiza. Collection of cacti in a wonderfully landscaped setting (a disused quarry) created by Cesar Manrique

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Naomi Wayker
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a red road my fav color

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Liz Brearley
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They are on the beach and used as windbreaks by sunbathers - the island can be quite breezy

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