A couple of days ago I did a flight over central Utah’s Goblin Valley State Park. This is a very unique place full of thousands of rock formations known as hoodoos, which look like goblins. Thus the name.
On the ground the area is like a maze but I was curious to see what it looked like from the air. I checked with the park ranger first and made sure I had permission to fly the area. I did one hexacopter flight during which I was able to capture 375 photos.
I would have done another flight or two for some video footage, but the battery on my camera died. Shooting that many photos ate the battery up quickly.
I should pick up an extra battery for that camera, or perhaps find a way of supplying the camera power from the bird.