As a society, our creativity is part of what brings us advances. During this pandemic and time of physical distancing, we pivoted to drive-by celebrations. During Memorial Day weekend, I had the privilege of filming two drive-by celebrations. Here is a baby shower!
As I filmed, it dawned on me, again, the unique perspective that is possible with a drone. Since a drone must be far away from its subject (partly for safety reasons), it becomes possible to see, truly, the many people out to show their love!
It feels great to be in action again. Rocket is a one-year-old Golden mix that loves to play and snuggle with … once he gets to know you! For more information about him, visit https://www.grra.com/dogs/2020-3849; or click the image to be taken to YouTube and check out the video!
This shot was taken less than 30 minutes after sunset to test out the supplemental lighting on my drone. An anti-collision light on top and a set of navigation lights will help you determine the orientation of your drone with no ambiguity and without looking at the screen!
Less than 36 hours before this image was captured, it was snowing … enough for the kids to make snowmen! I had wanted to get a picture of the snow-covered rooftops, but that pesky cloud cover just would not go above 500 ft.!
Marley Mae is a smart 1.5-year-old golden that is eager to learn and looking for a human to display her infinite affection to. She needs a quiet home with no other pets. Older children are OK. Check out her video by clicking on the picture!