Amos Chapple has established himself as quite the photographer. He has traveled all over the world capturing places through his lens. But some of his most enigmatic ones were captured using a mounted camera on a quad-copter.

That kind of drone technology is now banned in many places around the world, which makes Chapple's images quite unique, as they're proof that a time existed when the scope of technology was limitless.

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The Hermitage Pavilion in St. Petersburg, Russia

Star Fort at Bourtange, Netherlands

Ruins of a College in the disputed state of Abkhazia

The Lotus Temple in New Delhi, India

Moscow, Russia

Taj Mahal in the morning in Agra, India

Liberty Statue in Budapest, Hungary

The Katskhi Pillar in Georgia

Statue of Worker and Kolkhoz Woman in Northern Moscow

Kauri Cliffs Golf Course in New Zealand

Suburbs of Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain

Sagrat Cor Church in Barcelona, Spain

Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood in St. Petersburg, Russia

St. Peter and Paul Cathedral in Petergof, Russia

The Jama Masjid in New Delhi, India

The Taj Mahal and the garden around it in Agra, India

Hill 3 in one of the northern slums in Mumbai, India

Buda Castle in Budapest, Hungary

Sacré-Cœur in Paris, France

Hotel Ukraina in Moscow, Russia

Fishing Boats in Sassoon Dock in Mumbai, India

If you're interested in the stories behind these photos, visit Amos Chapple's site .

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