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5 hours ago
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Happy #TopDownTuesday all!
Hoping that you are all doing what you love 🙌🏼
3 days ago
I’ve been taking a couple days off trying to recharge after my last project in Hawaii 🔋
I absolutely love my job as a freelance photographer and all of the experiences that come along with it but sometimes the burn out is REAL 🤪
Sooooo while I recharge my brain here’s an old photo from Vietnam (or possibly Wakanda) that I snapped 📸🧠
How many waterfalls can you count? 🚿
Drone desire confirmed 🔥
Interesting catch @ecruz4326!
▪️Hashtag #DroneDesire to get featured!
5 hours ago
Tag someone who wants to see #mtfuji! #mountfuji is the highest #volcano in #Japan. It is an active stratovolcano that last erupted in 1707–1708. Mount Fuji lies south-west of #Tokyo, and can be seen from there on a clear day. The #volcanos exceptionally symmetrical cone, which is snow-capped for about 5 months a year, is commonly used as a symbol of Japan and it is frequently depicted in art and photographs, as well as visited by #sightseers and #climbers. Thanks to @zimydakid for this awesome photo!
Some #droneporn from Oman
I received so many comments on my stories that I decided to post this little spoiler. This is one of those dreamt shots, from Arabia’s great Canyon near Jebel Shams (the tallest… https://www.instagram.com/p/B8eHelPJZqM/?igshid=1nu6if87fq67p …
These ancient ruins and Panzer tank overlook the Sea of Galilee. As far as the eye can see, this land is riddled with landmines. To this day, over one million active landmines are buried right beneath the soil. Welcome to Israel.
Here's my best attempt to summarize a complicated conflict in the space IG allots me:
In 1922, the Ottoman Empire fell. France and Britian moved in and divided their new influences over the Middle East, establishing their boundaries between Palestine and Syria. In 1946, Syria gained its independence from France. Two years later, the British left and on that very same day, Syria began attacking the new State of Israel. In 1949 the Armistice Agreements were signed, and Syria agreed to remove its forces from occupied areas, turning those areas into demilitarized zones. The Syrians violated the agreement and established military positions for attacks on Israeli settlers.
After 19 years of shelling on Israeli settlements, IDF stormed the Syrian occupied DMZ in the Six Day War. On the sixth day, 11 June 1967, a ceasefire was signed. The militarized zones were captured by IDF and Israeli settlements would no longer be shelled from these hills. The Syrians were not about to surrender their facilities and equipment, so they destroyed these ancient buildings and laid mines to prevent anyone from setting foot here ever again. That was over 50 years ago.
It is hard to imagine what these hills have endured in their hundreds, maybe thousands of years of being inhabited. Who else would love getting a drone up over all these mine fields to explore places no humans can visit?
1 hour ago
Fail-Safe? Gyro freak-out? Stupid ideas win stupid prizes. Here's my best crash ☹️😅 [email protected]