We bought a new toy when we were in Perth – a Mavic Pro drone. I’ve been trying to tear it out of Al’s hands ever since so I can have a go! It’s a little bit addictive. In the short video below, you can see Al’s first attempts at creating drone footage for our Four Corners blog. It’s pretty amazing for a beginner. It helps that we spent that week on Western Australia’s Turquoise Coast, near the small town of Cervantes, where bizarre, otherworldly pinnacles jut up into the sky, and where snow white sand dunes stretch out along the sparkling Indian Ocean.
Please let us know what you think of the footage. If you have any handy tips for us on how to operate our new toy, please don’t be shy.
4 thoughts on “Dunes of the Turquoise Coast”
Wow what fun, will view clips later. Kam will love it.
What will they think of next! Great video Al. Look forward to seeing more on the rest of your travels.
Great post!! 🙂
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