Liked my photo from yesterday of Tijeras Creek Golf course? Well, there’s more! Here are some of my other photos that I didn’t think were yesterday’s hole-in-one shot, but were worth seeing!
Fore! But that’s not a golfball in the sky, and it’s no birdie either; it’s a drone!
This shot was taken over the “back nine” set of holes at the Tijeras Creek Golf Club in Rancho Santa Margarita, Ca. This portion of the golf course winds through sycamore and oak trees as well as native chaparral, which you can see here, captured via my drone.
The final three photos from my Newport Back Bay series — this is an awesome, albeit terrifying place to fly because there is not much crash space. The Newport Back Bay is so beautiful though, that I couldn’t resist sharing a bird’s eye view of it with all of you! Can you spot me in one of the photos? So where to fly next? I welcome your comments! Continue reading Flight over water
Upper Newport Bay is quickly becoming one of my favorite places in Orange County (and not just for drone flying). The Back Bay Loop Trail is 10.5 miles and runs from the Newport Bay through Irvine and up into Weir Canyon. If you don’t have a drone, you can still enjoy the bay by running or biking – or by looking at my photo below.
This photo was taken at a lookout point just off one of the main road’s Jamboree. The foreground is the bay, the right side is the road, and in the back are lots of Irvine office buildings.
Newport Dunes is an 110-acre resort in Newport Beach located at the entrance to the Back Bay Nature Preserve and the Newport Bay Conservancy. It looks like tons of fun — they’ve got a water park, beachfront playground, and of course tons of calm water for swimming, paddleboarding and sand castle making.
What better way to view the Orange County Great Park than from the sky?
A lot of photographers stand in the balloon, which is clearly pictured in this photo, to take aerial photos. I especially love this photo by H. Lorren Au Jr. from the Orange County Register. But what about an aerial photo of the balloon that many use to take aerial photos? Well, here you have it folks.