We celebrated our seventh anniversary with a long weekend trip to the Catskills, staying in an AirBnB in Jewett, NY. We even brought Whiskey along for the adventure. Although the last two days were pretty rainy, we got to do some hiking, eating, and shot some photos (both on the ground and in the air). […]
Caught a quick break in the rain yesterday on our way to Woodstock (to check out the excellent Abandoned Hard Cider) and put the drone in the air for a bit. Got some nice shots of the St. Francis De Sales Church just south of Tannersville. Got a bunch of other shots of the surrounding […]
Still getting used to flying this thing, and it’s a bit windy out, but took the drone out for a spin from the roof today. Carefully avoiding the airspace above the canal, which as far as I can tell is managed by the National Park and therefore no-fly. These are as-shot, no post, but look […]
This weekend I flew the new drone for the first time. It’s a DJI Mini 2 and it seems great so far. It is quite easy to get started, but I feel like there’s a lot of functionality that I don’t yet know about. Looking forward to exploring more.
Saw this little critter basking in a flower-pool on our walk through the Hawai’i Tropical Bioreserve and Garden. I believe it is a Gold Dust Day Gecko, which is indeed the species that a certain insurance mascot is based on. Coincidentally, the botanical gardens are about fifteen minutes north of Hilo, HI. Absolutely worth the trip; I’m still sorting through the photos and will have many more to post.
Mauna Kea, Hilo, Hawaii Thanks to Mauna Kea Summit Adventures and our excellent guide Maka. Caught an amazing sunset at nearly 14,000 feet, then had a great stargazing session with two 11″ scopes.
Victory – “A Gift to the People of Lowell from James C. Ayer. Erected July 4, 1867.” A draped woman with wings holding the laurel wreath of victory and the harvest sheaf representing peace. It was sculpted by Christian Daniel Rauch, the foremost German sculptor of the 19th century, for the king of Bavaria. The original of […]
We took a walk along the Merrimack River in Andover to enjoy the foliage. Very well kept trails at Deer Jump Reservation.