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    a drone's eye view

    here is an article showing some images taken from a drone.
    certainly gives a different perspective to travel photography

    http://www.9news.com.au/technology/2...from-new-angle
    cc and enjoy

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    I have seen some outstanding photography using the ability of drones to capture different perspectives that would otherwise be unattainable. There are some serious consequences of the explosion of drones on the market.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-11-0...potted/5877586

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    From your link Ged,
    ".... and not be flown in controlled air space, but there is no law against flying near bushfires."
    The airspace above a fireground is declared controlled airspace as soon as there's an aircraft involved in the fire. But near a fire is not. Simple change to the law maybe?
    Until this is sorted out the R.F.S. will ground all all aircraft as soon as a drone is seen near a fireground.

    That said, they do seem to offer some wonder points of view.

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