Flying is learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.

I adore gadgets and toys and all things electronic (I’m basically a 40-year-old teenager).For Christmas My wife bought me a DJI Phantom drone. (insert squeal!)

I have wanted one for a long time. I would love to be able to get images and video from places that my legs can’t carry me. The thought of hiking with the kids and seeing a drone over us, offering a different view sends me to the moon!

I wanted to make a quick video of my first Drone flight. I wish I could have flown it a few more times but Baltimore has been windy and or raining. So take a minute and check out my piloting skills. On a side note, I’m very thankful I didn’t crash it on it’s maiden voyage.

Lastly, I hope everyone had a great holiday season and a safe and happy new year! 2016 was such an adventure for me! looking back it was such a great year for creativity! I can only hope that 2017 allows me to continue to grow as a designer, photographer, painter, sculptor…  an artist : )  I hope where or whenever you read this it finds you in good health and great spirit!

Stay Random



9 thoughts on “Flying is learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.

  1. I’m getting old. The world is sure changing. How great is that. A voyeur’s delight. Now the average man or woman can go to where no camera has gone before. I can’t wait to see what you record in the days and months ahead. You can use it over Steve’s pool this coming summer. Lots of balding heads!!! The annual Barry Irvin Golomb (B.I.G.) get together is scheduled for Saturday June 17th, 2017. Save the date – bring the drone and bring the family. Hugs and kisses and Happy Flying Drone good wishes from the good guys at 95 FM Baltimore.


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