The Wildlife Trusts
DJI Mavic Pro
In last two years I've been in Glencoe many times, but I never felt like going all the way to Glen Etive. This April I was going through Glencoe again. It was a very long and exhausting day and what more a journey back to Inverness was lying ahead of me. All my drone batteries were flat and I thought I was done with taking pictures for that day. I passed by the little road leading to Glen Etive and continued in my direction. I don't know what came into my mind, but after few miles, I had to turn around and go back. Something mysterious was alluring me to Glen Etive that time. When I had arrived at this place, I turned the engine off. I was so excited from the scenery that I had left the lights on. As it was an old car, the battery was flat in minutes. Fortunately, I had a jump starter with me, just in case. Apart from car charging, the thing can charge devices, too. Guess what? I didn't use the jump starter to start the engine. I used it to charge my drone battery first to catch the last moments of the sunset over the river. Here is a bit of Glen Etive beauty to be shared with you. The picture was taken with the DJI Mavic Pro at 1/120, f/2.2 and ISO 100.
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