Today it was less windy and above all there was sunshine, real sunshine. Therefore, a quick flight until the phone battery was empty. It still needs some practice to be able to estimate how far out you will fly. At first I thought that I had to be over the water already, but that was […]
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Month: February 2020
2 hours of sun and incoming water. Time for some pictures of the Sanderlings at the Kugelbake. With a rather strong wind, which blew incessantly from the west, the birds sat together in small groups directly along the path, while others were still picking up some food.
Snow Bunting and Ruddy Turnstone
At the “Kugelbake” I had the luck today for the first time to take pictures of the Snow Bunting wintering here. Since the storfront Victoria was still present, a large number of Ruddy Turnstones were also close to the path in search of food.
Due to offshore winds, the stormfront Sabine was not very spectacular on Sunday. Meanwhile, the newspaper reported that the high water was lower than usual. So the trip to Obereversand was not really worthwhile.
Not spectacular, but finally some sun. Although it was really very cold and the wind did the rest. Very windy for the small drone, but still quite stable shot, although the copter itself swayed and wobbled precariously in the air.
Sooner or later, the weather really gets on your nerves… Anyway, just took a quick look if I get something in front of the lens; and, lo and behold, a Eurasian Treecreeper. Actually I was looking for the kingfisher in the area, but he did not show up today.
Test of the automatic release with the DJI. In this case, the Mavic Mini takes a picture every 2 seconds. If you let it slowly rotate around its own axis, you can easily create a 360° panorama from the individual images. The image quality is also not too bad for the small sensor. However, the […]