[…] in November 2014, I blogged concerning the time I joined a helicopter that flew under the Burro Creek Bridge on Route 93 at Burro Creek. It was probably on my thoughts spine after that as I was reviewing log timetable […]
What a terrific list. I’m all for 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6. Not sure Exactly what social activity I’d put in place of #3, yet I realize the need for one. #7 may be: as quickly as stressed, walk in the woods or go paddling on quiet waters. #8 may be: creativity (or creation?) is happiness.
Agree your 3 and seven. Great alternatives.
Yep, creativity is our species’s ‘special gift’.
Thanks, Shirley. I’m really enjoying the self publishing revolution. I believe it’s ideal for niche publications like this one which would certainly be pretty difficult to sell to traditional print publisher.
I started self publishing back in 2011 and had planned on doing up to 12 publications a year yet my mind hasn’t been in it until recently. I’m hoping I can easily do more publications this winter.
Just bought it when it come to Prime.
Need to be along with me 27th Nov.
Wow! I love reading about this whole process, however I love hearing about your drone book even more. It’s wonderful that you’ve put your skills and knowledge to good use here.
You’re always evolving, adapting, and adjusting to the latest, while additionally creating your own path (or continued journey), and it’s inspiring. Love it!!
I additionally chance your ebook, printed book all do well. Appears like a good niche.
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Well balanced review of the pros and cons of helicopter versus drone.
I was on the Amazon site just now and found your book yet it is only on kindle at present. Will certainly it appear as a paper product soon (my preference)?
I don’t know if you follow F1 racing yet those cars can go at 200 mph plus, yet there is always a helicopter above them, it seems. How do they get those shots?
If you are following the news from Zimbabwe, you might have actually seen the BBC drone footage of an anti-Mugabe rally in Harare. The drone flew about ten feet above a crowd of over 20,000 walking down a boulevard lined along with large overhanging trees. The drone was cruising down this thin layer between trees and people for about two hundred yards. Illegal in US and UK of course, yet darned impressive filming, I ought to admit.
Also, as you might imagine, flying for the movies is my dream job, along with ENG being a close second. Yet as I’m thinking a lot more these days regarding retirement compared to profession advancement, I don’t expect to do either job.
Maria, I’ve had the pleasure of flying for TV station that had a fairly impressive gyro-cam along with incredible resolution for the time. I’ve wanted to install a camera in the helicopter that I am now flying. I recently bought a smartphone and lo-and-behold, an attachable 360 degree camera for my phone merely reasonable it’s price to $150.00 I’m thinking that this could be the future in videography. If anyone wishes to check out the technology, here’s the youtube link. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Do9qvNV4ouE You can easily actually pan about the video. Happy flying!