Flying a drone over a wrecked aeroplane is probably the greatest idea that any drone pilot would jump at given the chance to shoot. In most cases this is not possible and all drone pilots are ruled by tight laws surrounding airports, aeroplanes and helicopters. Perhaps the nearest thing is a wrecked boat. For us this can prove even better as it mixes an interesting subject matter along with water, our most favourite of subject matters. This wrecked boat is at Blind Bight, an Eastern suburb of Melbourne where fishing is a favourite pastime. It is amongst mangroves which in themselves are interesting enough and terrific to photograph. You can see another shot from this shoot called “Wrecked” here. [The name and white border will appear as part of the final print, however the website watermark will not appear.]
Taken in Victoria, Australia.
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