ABACO’S OWN ‘AERO-DRONE’: GREAT AERIAL SHOTS BY ‘MR REES’


Hope Town, Abaco © David Rees

ABACO’S OWN ‘AERO-DRONE’: GREAT AERIAL SHOTS BY ‘MR REES’

David Rees is well known for his excellent photography, not least because of his early adoption of a drone – a serious bit of  kit, not a toy ‘copter + camera – for capturing some wonderful aerial views of Abaco. Photos from the air can give so much more information about the setting of a particular location, and a drone can achieve a proximity and reveal details that an aeroplane shot cannot. I have seen some of David’s photographs in an exhibition at BPS, where they had been enlarged to make stunningly effective prints. David was kind enough to agree to my request to showcase a few of his photos, so I’ll let them do the talking…

HOPE TOWN / ELBOW CAYHope Town, Abaco ©David ReesHope Town Lighthouse, Abaco ©David Rees

TAHITI BEACHTahiti Beach, Abaco ©David Rees

CHEROKEECherokee, Abaco ©David Rees

The Long Dock, Cherokee – the longest wooden dock in the entire BahamasCherokee, Abaco - the Long Dock ©David Rees

CASUARINACasuarina, Abaco ©David Rees

TREASURE CAY

Voted one of the 10 loveliest beaches in the Caribbean by the National Geographic, no lessTreasure Cay, Abaco ©David ReesTreasure Cay, Abaco ©David Rees

MARSH HARBOURMarsh Harbour, Abaco ©David Rees

SCOTLAND CAYScotland Cay, Abaco ©David Rees

GREEN TURTLE CAYGreen Turtle Cay, Abaco ©David Rees

LITTLE HARBOURLittle Harbour, Abaco ©David Rees

All photos by David Rees, assisted by his amazing drone, with many thanks for use permission

7 thoughts on “ABACO’S OWN ‘AERO-DRONE’: GREAT AERIAL SHOTS BY ‘MR REES’

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