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Aerial Limestone Mountain Karst

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by LV632553, Sep 1, 2016.

  1. LV632553

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    Aerial Limestone Mountain Karst at Noen Maprang district of Phitsanulok Province, northern Thailand.

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    Wow. That's some crazy topography.
     
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    Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
     
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    WOW! That's some pretty amazing jungle scenery. Felt like I was watching an IMAX movie opening. lol
     
  5. LV632553

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    Thanks everyone. Here's what's the surrounding area look like, its about 4-5 hours drive from Bangkok.

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    Oh double wow! That's some really beautiful landscape to shoot in.
     
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    Oh wow nice...I did some filming while I was in Thailand back in march and missed that area completely...I'm going back on the 22nd in Phuket for a while but i don't plan to bring my drone (it was a task carrying it while island hopping)
     
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    This place is not well known its off the track at first I came here to photograph the bats leaving the caves it took over 2 hours from the first bat to leave the cave
     
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    Uploading some more

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    Spectacular!
    Was this done under full control or a Litchi type mission?
    In the first one it looks like the signal was lost and RTH was initiated, is that what I am seeing?


    Great video!


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    I use normal DJI go app but replace the antener for more stronger singnal. When I went around the opening gap I started losing signal so had to pull back fast. Used up all my 4 batteries and still couldn't get enough... I'm hoping to return there at the end of monsoon (end october - begining Nov) hopefully there'll be low cloud formation in these canyon.[​IMG]


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    Thanks,
    I will be watching for more. I have a friend that visited there and he brought back some framed butterflies or moths that look like they could take down a drone, lol.

    Thanks again for sharing.


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