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Fog Layer at Sunset

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by Wolfiesden, Mar 12, 2016.

  1. Wolfiesden

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    On the way home from work on Friday, it was bright and clear until I got within a couple miles of home. A really odd fog layer was forming and rolling in from the lake. As soon as I got home, I grabbed the P3P and headed out for a couple flights. I had to bring it in a couple times per battery to wipe the filter clean.

    These are the result...

     
  2. With The Birds

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    Nicely shot.... a few misty mornings around my way atm...

    Phantom comes.down a little moist..
     

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    Yep. I had to wipe it down on the outside well. I also assumed it would be wet on the inside too so I let it sit in front of the heater vent in the bathroom overnight. I figured the warm air would dry it out well and seems to have done exactly that.
     
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    Oh, and before anyone posts without reading video descriptions... the girls I was chasing are my granddaughters. They knew who was flying and were playing with me to see if I could follow them. They both have flown the Phantom before and know what it is.