MUST-SEE VIDEO: Flying above fall foliage - Seven Days

Drone photography is one way to see the glory of Vermont fall foliage without the cost and airsickness of actually flying.

"Along with apple picking, cider doughnuts and pumpkin patches, a new fall tradition for many is enjoying the changing colors from above in the drone videos that flood social media every season. For the past three years, Armand Messier has been capturing a bird’s-eye view of fall foliage, the local tractor parade, sunsets and seasonal flooding through his business, Northern Vermont Aerial Photography."

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  • Patrick Finnie
    commented 2020-10-25 12:44:58 -0400
    It’s cool footage until you see your back yard in something like these or see a drone fly over you while your in your yard, and you have that rightful feeling of a violation of your privacy. Proponents of this technology can argue that Google flies over, and takes pictures of your property all the time. I have yet to see a satellite flying low enough to take pictures of me inside my house, I have on the other hand have had a drone fly over my head while in my back yard gardening. Because of the reasonable expectation of a certain amount of privacy while on one’s own property, this issue needs to be addressed.
  • David Flemming
    published this page in The News 2020-10-23 16:22:43 -0400