Riverview Christmas Lights 2021The Town of Riverview always has a great display of Christmas lights along the river! I was asked by the Town to film the lights on the first night! The weather was iffy, but it stopped raining for me long enough to capture this! I hope you enjoy this video.
I added a Strobe - Anti-Collision Light from LumeCube. I submitted my flight requests to NAV Canada and received approval for these night flights.
The Bluenose entering Summerside Harbour!What a sight!!! The Bluenose passing by the beautiful Indian Head Lighthouse! I hope you enjoy this short video, and subscribe to my channel! Feel free to share with your friends!
Music is called Rise and Shine by Marc Robillard
Obtained under my Artlist License Agreement
Amazing Lighthouses Of PEI!!The first mode of transportation for early settlers was the sea. Lighthouses were as important to them in their trade and commerce, particularly in shipbuilding, as the railway was after Confederation. Many colonial or "first-generation" lighthouses – those built before 1873 – are octagonal shaped, and were constructed when timber was abundant in this province.
Incredibly beautiful aerial video of Prince Edward IslandI've been filming PEI from the air for several years. I've pulled together many of my favourite clips from hundreds. I hope you like this video! Please like and share, and subscribe to my channel for more videos like this!
The NEW Riverview Bridge (under construction) and the Tidal Bore!This was filmed in Riverview, NB Canada. I saw that the bore was due in early this morning so I got up to get footage of the new bridge construction and the tidal bore! This was recorded with the Mavic Mini 2.
Picturesque St Martins, NB - A Place of Tidal Wonder!St Martins, New Brunswick is a beautiful seaside community. I have my Transport Canada Advanced RPAS license. I hope you enjoy this video
St. Martins is a place of tidal wonder at the heart of the Bay of Fundy. Life here is governed by the rhythm of the world's highest tides. A colourful fleet of fishing boats wait in the Bay for the high tide to rise and fill the empty harbour with water so that they can unload their catch.
Walkers and hikers consult the tidal charts to find the best time to walk the ocean floor out to sea caves, caverns and arches. The tide rises, soon erasing their footsteps, filling the caves and caverns with water. Beaches, the harbour and the sea caves change twice each day, every time you see them they are different.
The tide races and rages around the scenic Quaco Head Lighthouse, creating treacherous beauty that through history, sank great sailing ships. The tide fills and recedes each day from vast salt marshes, creating an incubator of life that sustains the entire Bay of Fundy ecosystem.
St. Martins is a place of great natural beauty and is the gateway to the Fundy Trail, the last undeveloped stretch of wilderness coastline in North America. Walking trails and a low-speed roadway wind along the coast past waterfalls, secluded beaches, picnic areas and breathtaking vistas across the Bay to Nova Scotia.
The beautiful village of Alma NB at High TideOne of the most beautiful settings is Alma, NB. Such a different look between low tide and high tide. I hope you enjoy this short video.
The AWESOME display of Riverview Christmas LightsThe Town of Riverview does a great job with Christmas lights! I received permission from the Town and Nav Canada since this is inside 5nm of the Moncton Airport.
Just in case anyone was wondering about the legality of night flying with a drone. From the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) "901.39 (1) No pilot shall operate a remotely piloted aircraft system during the night "unless" the remotely piloted aircraft is equipped with position lights sufficient to allow the aircraft to be visible to the pilot and any visual observer, whether with or without night-vision goggles, and those lights are turned on."
Music called Christmas Tree by Borrtex
Historic Wheaton Covered Bridge, Sackville, NBThe Wheaton Covered Bridge carries traffic on the High Marsh Road across the River Tantramar. Built, probably in 1916, it is approximately 165 feet (51 metres) long.
The bridge is named for Thomas Wheaton who lived in the last house on the road before the bridge, and who may have, at the time of building the bridge, owned the marshland where the bridge was built.
C.1990 a steel arch was placed at the west end of the bridge to indicate the maximum height for vehicles crossing the bridge. At the same time, two additional supports were installed underneath the bridge.
Colours of the Fall in PEI 2020Colours of the fall.
The locations in the video are as follows:
:08 - :35 Confederation Trail Gaspe Rd to the Howlan Rd
:35 - :55 - Leards Pond
:56 - 1:33 Brae River
1:33 - 1:50 Glenwood Pond
1:51 - 2:50 KIldare River
Aerial Video of Potato Harvest in PEII love the red soil with the water in the background!
Cascumpec BridgePassed this group of kids on the Cascumpec Bridge. I asked them if they would mind if I took some footage of them with my drone. They did not mind! Something a little different from things I normally do.