Here are a couple of stills from Kevin's flight with the quadcopter/GoPro from our campsite out to the southern point of Cape Flattery (1.3 miles): Looking back toward camp: Kinda pretty, yeah?
Kevin got some nice footage of the campground here at South Beach from the hexacopter yesterday. (That's our neighbor Mike on the goggles…Hi Mike!)
Yesterday, as we were leaving the Badlands, we pulled over at a viewpoint so Kevin could stress me out for five solid minutes while he flew the hexacopter and camera out over some of the craziest, jaggiest parts of the Badlands…the part where if there's any malfunction and the thing…
Kevin got a nice shot of our surroundings this morning with the HexacopterCam. (Click image to enlarge…we're on the right) (Posted by Laura)
Black dot at the clearing where the roads meet is us. (Click images to enlarge) Looking toward our campground (light spot at the base of the trees toward the top of the picture, below Mt. Elbert): Arkansas River:
Okay not really. Maybe "near" a thunderstorm. We got back from Cowboy Mounted Shooting in time for another dramatic thunderstorm. It was loud but short, and resulted in a pretty double rainbow: After the rain stopped, we took the hexacopter out and Kevin flew a few batteries' worth. We found a county…
Kevin got a nice overall shot of the Alumafandango compound today with the hexacopter. He'll be doing another one of these at dusk tonight. (Click to enlarge.)
Here are three of Kevin's "Chasing Ships" videos from out at Skamokawa, WA: This is where he takes off from our campsite with the hexacopter and a Sony 5n camera and then heads out over the middle of the Columbia River and the hexacopter becomes a teeny tiny little dot…
Can't wait until he's finished with this video he's making!