The Insect Woman

You all might remember how I always loved the creatures (as I called them) in the Little Wild Garden.  The insects!  The butterflies, the moths, the wasps and bees!  The beetles!  The spiders!  Last night Jason was showing me some of the new filters in one of his photo apps.  I used it to take a selfie.  I did not think much else of it until he sent back to me today the edited selfie.  Love.  I look like one of my creatures!  Don’t you think?

I think it’s one of my favorite pictures ever! Well, for the moment. He is always editing something and texting it to me. In that same vein, he has been taking and editing some awesome photos of Sidetracked. I wrote a post awhile back on the Breeze drone that I got him for Christmas. That was our first drone. We were really enjoying learning about it. Actually, he did the reading and learning. I was really on the sidelines just enjoying the actual experience. We found out, however, that our Breeze drone would go only so high before losing signal. Then our hands were tied as far as taking anymore pictures. It would land automatically after one minute of losing signal. So we did not have a problem with crashes, but losing signal regularly.  I will try to go back very soon and add an update to that original post. We ended up going back to the store with the Breeze and trading up for a DJI Phantom 4. So far we have been BEYOND pleased. It flies like a dream and takes amazing photos!

Here you can see my little caboose from a bird’s eye view!  It has been artfully edited.  😉

And here is the complex where my shop is. We have flown the drone nearly two miles away from where we started and it is stunning to see photos of our locale, taken from high in the sky! We have lots more to learn, but this is such an inspiring technology. Already, seeing the photos of the woods around where I live, I want to go hiking and see what’s out there!

I am soon off to tackle my evening errands. Time for an oil change. I need to clean out Ms. Ellie (my Element). I need to stop by the shop. Thank you for all your recent comments! You make my day!

Enjoy this day.
Lynn

10 thoughts on “The Insect Woman”

  1. What interesting photos! I know nothing at all about apps, I am so behind the times.
    Great to see your shop from above.
    Have a good day!

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