Photo Of The Day #65

2013-07-21 at 11-11-24

Took this when I was passing though Monument Valley a year or so ago.

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Photo Of The Day #63

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2012-07-30 (128)

Photo Of The Day #62

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2013-02-01 at 13-14-18-2

Photo Of The Day #61

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2013-02-01 at 12-27-58-2

Annnnnndddd it’s back! I know it’s been awhile since i’ve posted any photography related stuff but I’ve been curating my stuff for the last little bit. So without further ado I present my next release of stuff!

Photo Of The Day #60

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2014-07-26 at 14-26-47

Photo Of The Day #52

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2014-07-26 at 14-26-34

Photo Of The Day #51

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2014-07-26 at 13-07-34

Photo Of The Day #50

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2014-07-25 at 13-18-37Today will be the start of my next series. These are all photo’s that I took on my recent trip to Yosemite. They aren’t much but I hope you enjoy them!

To start off we have a classic view of Half Dome.

 

The Increasing Amount Of Drones In The Sky

This is something that I’ve been thinking about lately: With all the recent interest and development in drone related things, what does that mean for the future when we look up at the sky?

I’ve been seeing articles and video’s pop up about new ways to put drones in the sky and the increasing popularity of quad-copters. Like GoPro’s recent video where someone flew a drone into the area where a fireworks show was being put on:

There is another idea (which I think is quite cool and clever) to use a drone to follow you while you do action sports that would require you to have another person with you but because you have this drone with you, you now have a cameraman that won’t complain or ask for breaks.

These guys are doing a kickstarter for what they call the AirDog.

I think that what they are doing is great and I think drones have an amazing potential. However there is a problem that I foresee.

What happens when you and everyone on your block has a drone of some sort. Will they crash into each other? Instead of yelling “get off my lawn!” will people yell “get out of my airspace!” These are things that will need to be addresses looking forward.

The peace of a calm summer day with the breeze blowing and the birds chirping would be shattered the moment a drone flew overhead, scattering the birds and breaking the calm of the scene.

Now I like drones, I think that the shots that the drone captured during the fireworks show were amazing and the AirDog idea is awesome (I’ll probably be getting one) but if there were 20 drones flying around the fireworks show and an AirDog following everyone around then it would get pretty annoying.

Just some food for thought. Speaking of thoughts, if you have any then feel free to voice them in the comments below. How do you feel about drones? Do you want more or less in the sky? I want to know :)