Using the drone for Vermont fall foliage

Fall foliage season in Vermont is a special time of year and I can’t think of a place I’d rather be. I did a little extra work this year with my drone, photographing the beauty from a different point of view on several different days. I rarely get it out during my workshops, I’m there to help people make photos and not shoot for myself. But we had a little break at Chittenden Resevoir for our picnic dinner, so I got the bird up. I’m very conscience of the noise they make, another reason I don’t fly when others are around. I’d love to have a silent one. But as the sun was going down I wanted to get some shots of the trees tops catching the last rays of the day. 

On a foggy morning I flew it over Woodstock, mainly along the Ottaquechee River. It is fun to see how things look from that different perspective. Here are a few other shots from this fall looking down on Vermont.

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