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Jul 28

It's Not Always About the Height!

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The temptation when you start flying a drone is to get up high above the landscape and marvel at the amazing views. Soon you start to realise that one of the best things about drones is getting into locations that were previously inaccessible, even if they are only about 15 feet off the ground! This view shows the froth created by the Lal Lal Creek where it enters the Lal Lal Reservoir. This spot is around 20kms south east of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia

 

Jul 28

Wow, this is fantastic, and very inspiring! Thanks so much for sharing.

Jul 29

I know I already commented on this but man I love this photo. Can't tear my eyes away!!!!

Thanks Ian, I have a range of images from this spot, I've been here 3 times in the couple of weeks and each time it's giving me something new...I'll post another one (or two!)

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