I started the drone craze at my home in garden after a trip to Costco. My college age son and hubby who both fly radio controlled airplanes were very excited about the model I brought home but the camera wasn’t quit what I was hoping for. I wanted images I could use on my blog featuring the gardens to be able to document my progress and how the landscape was growing. The boys agreed with me on the photo quality and we decided to take the drone back. Shortly after the first experience the boys attended a Radio Controlled Airplane show in Toledo and found a really cool drone with a much better camera. After negotiating with the owner we are now owners of a really cool model that everyone is happy with. In this post I hope to share image from my garden from the drone. I will upload new photos from May – the end of the year since my growing season doesn’t stop once the snow arrives thanks to the dome and greenhouse.
[alert-success]May 11, 2016[/alert-success]
— GardenChat w/ Bren (@BG_garden) May 11, 2016
My husbands maiden voyage with the drone to take photos of a few of my gardens. In the collection below I’ve uploaded to Flickr some of my favorite shots. You can see in the images that the trench project took over my landscape this past Winter – Spring. I’m waiting patiently for the the grass to start growing in most spots that are complete.
Here are the first images with our new toy taken on May 11, 2016. I’ll be adding photos as the growing season continues.
I shared this album on my Google Photo at : https://goo.gl/photos/i9B8CgFrG8tcb99M7
Are you a Flick Fan? You can view these at Flickr.com where I have many albums featuring images from my gardens over the past 8 years.
I’ll be sharing more throughout the season so be sure to subscribe to my website and Newsletter for updates!
[alert-announce]Have you taken unusual photos of your garden? Do you use a drone to take photos of your garden? I’d love to hear about it so please leave a comment below so we can connect.
Happy Photo Taking,