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14 Days of Flight in the UK

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by Lauren, Jan 9, 2016.

  1. Lauren

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    Finishing up about 14 days of flights in the UK.
    The P3P has performed amazingly!!!
    I can't believe how amazing it has been to get these otherwise impossible shots!
    There is a mixture of the DJI Phantom, DJI Osmo and Pentax K3 in these little vids.
    Early morning flights (before people), remote locations, public properties, closed for the season, or with permissions.

    Lauren’s Videos on Vimeo

    Pembroke, Carew, Llansteffan and Dinefwr Castles



    Sunset at Llawhaden Castle



    Byland Abbey, Flint and Dolwyddelan Castles



    Scottish Highlands, Castles and Hogwarts Viaduct



    Abandonment



    Enjoy.
     
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    Stunting video!
     
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  3. Lauren

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    More...









     
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    Thanks!

    :)
     
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    Considering the endless storms and gloomy weather I'm impressed you got so much air time!
     
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    Stunning videos!
    Back in September. I am pleased you enjoyed our wonderful scenery.
    I have been grounded for 7 weeks now.Torrential rain every single day!!! Wales is usually the wettest part of Britain anyway but now we have had 300% of our usual rainfall and 60-80mph winds almost every day! Really had enough of it now. Can't do anything. Get soaked just walking 20' to the car.
    We are lucky though no flooding or damage as we get this weather all the time.
     
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    Sadly I can't post videos internet too bad but here are some photos - wish I had taken my P3 grrrr but there was only a 10 min window without heavy rain anyway![
     

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    It has been a challenge! ;)
     
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    Watching for the breaks, getting the Phantom into the air and back quickly have been vital!
    It's been hard to get what we got...but those skies, with the sun and clouds...priceless!
     
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    You have avoided the Brecon Beacons and Swansea lol - we truly have the worst micro climate anywhere. Even the rest of Wales isn't as bad! Shame because we also have some stunning scenery.
    I would have thought the weather was far better in San Fransisco!!!
     
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