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Stunning aerial photos of mountains, forests and oceans show the magnificent beauty of planet earth

BIRD'S EYE VIEW

THESE stunning aerial images from around the world showcase the magnificent beauty of planet earth.

Photographer Tobias Hägg captured a bird's-eye view of mountains, forests and oceans in striking colour and detail.

Stockholm-based Hägg travels across the globe to find "a unique perspective on life".

His images illustrate the varied terrain of the world, from the clear blue waters of Iceland to the lush greenery in his home country of Sweden.

He has also visited China, Norway and Namibia to show off the world's natural beauty.

The photographer seeks to find "pleasure in the most simple scenes" capturing everything from a sole kayaker at sea to the mighty South African sand dunes.

Hägg, who goes by the name airpixels on Instagram, shares his powerful landscapes with his 600,000 followers.

He is known for his eye for detail, patterns and simplicity.

The photographer captures his aerial shots using a range of cameras, including several drones.

He says he uses his perspective to remind people of the splendor that exists in even the most ordinary moments.

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