Harvest home

You know I love quirky films, drone footage, big machinery and the local landscape, right?

Well here’s a couple of wonderful films made by local drone pilot Don Elson that he’s posted on YouTube in recent days of local growers getting in the harvest in and around Hammerwich – this really is mesmerising and top use of drone technology.

A wonderful harvest photo of the same kit, expertly driven by Jon Sealey and pals. Image supplied by Jon Sealey.

Living in a peri-urban town as we do, it’s easy to forget we’re right on the edge of rolling countryside, and with the fine weather this year the harvest has been quite spectacular. It’s good to see local farms doing well and this is a lovely insight into what they do.

Thanks to Don for allowing me to post this here and if there’s anything you’d like to talk to him about in relationship to his drone work, please do comment here, mail me on BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com or ping me on social media.

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3 Responses to Harvest home

  1. Martin Littler says:

    I always feel a bit sad when i see the Harvest been brought in, it’s the end of another season Summer slowly coming to an end, but that’s the way of Nature, we sow we reap

  2. Thomas Hughes says:

    Hi great films l’m thinking of getting a drone with camera for myself and 11 year old grandson anything to get him outside away from electronic games.Looking on line there is a wide range could you recommend one that is not too expensive for a 74year old and an 11 year old.

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