Chimney Bluffs - Drone Photos

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  1. Destin

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    Haha yep; I live just west of Rochester, NY


     
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    Love Rochester as a city--lots of character. And you have me inspired to post my photos of Chimney Bluffs.
     
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    I have memories of Chimney Bluffs as a child and revisited a couple years ago. As a child I followed my brothers up and came sliding/falling back down. It definitely eroded over the years. Nice photos and good way to capture them!
     
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    Nice shots!! Thanks for sharing
     
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    All excellent from a perspective we don't normally see.

    I'm intrigued w/ drone photography. What drone and camera?
     
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    dunfly No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Be careful, I think what you did is illegal. At least it would be in Florida. The fact that you were standing outside the park doesn’t mean the drone wasn’t in the park. Those rules are in place to protect the wildlife. I’ve seen people run birds off their nest trying to get a picture of the chicks.
     
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    These shots are beautiful - especially the last one. I have never tried drone photography. Need to explore this.
     
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    Thanks! You definitely should! It's really awesome to see the same old places in a different way! I've really come to enjoy "top down" photos where you point the camera straight down at the ground.
     
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    Not true, anywhere. The drone isn't in the park - it's in the airspace above the park which the land owner has absolutely no legal control over. Airspace is controlled by FAA regulations exclusively. The only place this doesn't apply is national parks, because they have an agreement with the FAA to make national parks a no fly zone and they've been geofenced.
     

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