Baked eggplant with cheese for lunch.
Hanging out at the fair. (at Saint Pius X School)
I would be perfectly fine with having this weather year round. (at Big Gunpowder Trail)
This is from a while ago but I never got around to posting it. Got a chance to fly around the back parking lot at work for a bit before it got all windy and cold. Thanks to Dave for taking the ground view video.
During the Great Ohio River Flood of 1937, which claimed close to 400 lives and left roughly one million people homeless across five states in the winter of that terrible year, men and women in Louisville, Kentucky, line up seeking food and clothing from a relief station, in front of a billboard proclaiming, “World’s Highest Standard of Living.”
Photograph by Margaret Bourke-White
Got in a few good flights this morning before it got too windy. This is one of the ones after it got too windy. Was flying near Kenwood when it got caught in a gust and started drifting away. Luckily I was able to coax it back without hitting anything.
I also managed to solve the shaking and rolling shutter problem by shooting at 1080p60 and removing the foam padding I was using.
Earlier in the morning I shot some video at CCBC including an altitude test to see how high I felt comfortable letting it go, I might upload some of that once I edit it down.
My first flight with the Discovery Quadcopter with a camera attached. It actually was pretty stable despite how windy it was today. At least until it got caught in a gust, almost hit some powerlines, and then crash landed breaking one of the legs.
Luckily none of the propellers broke this time. But I’m now attempting to superglue the leg back on.