A group of enthusiastic drone photographers have shot a series of stunning images high above the new Seven Wonders of the World.
AirPano, a Russian-based photography group, spent years travelling to attractions including the Great Wall of China, Petra, the Roman Colosseum and Machu Picchu.
The breathtaking panoramic shots highlight the grandness and splendour of the timeless locations, which were selected via a process that received more than 100 million votes.
As there are numerous interpretations of the world's wonders, AirPano's members decided to opt for the 'New7Wonders' list, an initiative that was launched in 2001.
Two-hundred different landmarks were voted on, with the seven chosen wonders being announced in 2007.
AirPano began shooting their series in 2011 and visited their final location in 2013.
Since they began shooting it has become increasingly difficult to gain drone access at such historic landmarks, thanks mainly to their increased usage.