2015 | Richard Carstensen | 1 minute

In late October, the meandery delta channels at Asx‘ée, twisted tree (Eagle River) are pretty ‘used-up.’ Salmon season is mostly over, and the bears have moved inland. This was flown with my first quadcopter, a 3DR Iris. It had no first-person view (seeing what the camera sees, real-time), and was harder to steer than today’s more sophisticated drones.

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