I was coming in for a landing and got closer than my normal comfort level to a tree in the front yard. My instinct was to take my hands off the controls and let it level off before making adjustments but then I figured I'd just give it a small nudge to give myself a little more comfort. Since it was turned towards me, I accidentally nudged it right into the tree and broke the gimbal yaw arm and ribbon cable. Bird still flies but I'm awaiting a quick repair to use the camera again. Lesson learned - keep it high and bring her straight in for an easy landing if there is anything remotely near by. Since most of us have crashed at least once, how'd you do it? Anything the rest of us can learn from?