Friday, December 8, 2017

a friday night film

10 comments:

CapnGimp said...

Like the 360 view, came through a little pixelated on utube. Gonna try it again when it's downloadable...not sure if it's hughes net causing it, most often is. That's why I download them before viewing.
Did the snow melt off the solar panels quick? Got a lot warmer there than here AND the sun came out there. Never did clear off here, pushing my groceries through the mud into the hut.

John Wells said...

all the snow was gone by noon...

David Johnson said...

that was very cool looked great. thanks again john

Larry G said...

Have you ever "flown" to those hills? or did I miss it or are you saving it?

good job on the music also!

JudithK said...

Looks like Chupa experienced his first snows pretty calmly. I'm assuming his are the first footprints on your ramp....and he appeared to be waiting for you.

remmij said...

certainly changes the look of things!! cleared up nicely, crystalline panoramas.
¡terrific music selection! & starting Chupa intro. the paramotor area looks like a virginal white parking lot… minus the stripes.
Ben's shadow (starting~1:08 in) is befitting his stature - monumental - epic in your long use of shadows - well done
flying in the early am light - 8:15ish??. very hot (irony) video.
… was surprised there were others in the airspace… almost need ATC – must be a popular test flight area…
snowy airspace

Margery Bills said...

Good selection of music to go with the peaceful scene. After awhile the area starts looking like a moonscape to me. Talked to one of our leaders tonight at the Sheriff Christmas Party who grew up in Alpine and visited there a few months ago. Special place.

buildingmyfirstboat said...

That looks beautiful.

Steve said...

John, just wanted you to know that the FAA's rule requiring drone owners to register the drone was reinstated this week. Not sure if you have the remote pilot certificate either. Just thought you should be aware.

https://www.avweb.com/eletter/archives/101/3880-full.html?ET=avweb:e3880:577383a:&st=email#230048

Unknown said...

Beautiful. Had about 3 inches up in Cedar Springs area.