20-year-old drone photographer turns coastline into stunning art

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Throw away your holiday snaps and deactivate your aspirational Pinterest boards, because Australian man Gabriel Scanu has shut down the photography game.

The 20-year old uses drones to capture some of the most aerial photographs your eyes have ever clapped upon.

Showcasing the beauty of Australia's coastline and now traveling regularly, Scanu's photographs depict the gorgeous contrasts where land meets the ocean.

"The thing I love most about drone photography is the fact that you can capture scenes from a perspective that they are never usually viewed from," Scanu told Wired.

Check out the amazing images below:

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Amazing aerial views shot with a drone
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Amazing aerial views shot with a drone
Making the most of Sydney's Spring weather, tag your beach squad! 🙌🏼☀️ @riseabovedrones
Been shooting in Outback SA the past few days, get ready for some hot desert scenes. Shot possible thanks to @riseabovedrones
Feeling the heat! It's days like today that make me grateful for these spots ☀️💦 @riseabovedrones
Every time I look into this pool it feels like I'm looking at a reflection of the globe. Looking forward to another great week in Sydney 🙌🏼☀️
Chalkboard cliff face, embracing the English weather in Sydney today.
Looks like someone's having a pool party. Who would you invite? 🌊☀️
If you ever find yourself in California do yourself a favor and drive along the PCH for a few hours and explore the coastline! What's one thing you've always wanted to do but haven't yet? ☀️🌊 #california #visitcalifornia #calilife #america #bigsur #PCH #hbouthere
Witnessing first hand why California is called The Golden State. One of the best sunrises ever 🙌🏼🔥
It's finally the end of the week! Tag your boat squad below. Where are you headed? 🌊☀️
If only beach-side parking was this easy! Missing my days on the West Coast. Where too next? ☀️
Things are starting to heat up in Sydney. What a way to start the weekend 🌊☀️ • @riseabovedrones
Another one ticked off the bucket list. The view of the half dome from Glacier Point is insane! 🙌🏼
Sometimes waking up at 5am is worth it for views like this. Jetting off again tomorrow, be sure to follow along 👻 gabscan
The hike. One of my many highlights already in 2016
My winter adventures are coming to a close. Last few days in Europe until I head back to Australia. Thanks to the guys at @riseabovedrones for the drone! Make sure you follow them and get in touch if you're looking to get one!
Adventure is just around the corner. En route to Florence today! Shot taken with my phantom 3 thanks to @riseabovedrones
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Scenic composition is in the photographer's DNA, with Scanu telling From Where I Drone that his father Viv, a cinematographer, introduced him to the art capturing real life on film, all at the tender age of 12.

The photographer recently returned from a trip to the United States where he captured some instantly recognizable landmarks from almost abstracted vantage points.

It's all a bit jaw-dropping, a little vertigo-inducing and entirely beautiful.

With the Australian summer fast approaching, keep your eyes glues to Scanu's Instagram and YouTube any time you need a quick burst of awe.

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