The Bat in Scotland
March 11, 2017 • Leave a Comment
A work trip up in the Highlands gave me a chance to give The Bat a couple of flights in among the mountains.
The visit was to catch up with old contacts and touch base with some new quarries. The boss and I clocked up some miles during the week, long hours and lots of miles to be honest, but the scenery was awesome.
Luckily for me, the boss happens to be a drone pilot himself, so didn't mind the jumping in and out the car to grab some flight time.
I shot some footage of one of the quarries, all went well until The Bat decided to take things into it's own hands and crash in to a gravel pile. This made me very nervous from then on. Even with all the tech on board these things still do strange things by themselves. Luckily.. no damage.
The wife and I are planning a road trip up to the Highlands soon after reviewing this video, we think we can do better. Planning more photography and now.. a little video.
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Howy White Photography.
Howy White, born in the North East of England, I now live between London and Hartlepool.
I work full-time for a stone company as the Operations Director and tackle the company Health and Safety, clock up over 600 miles a week in a work commute and normally work a twelve hour day.
When I'm not doing the above I squeeze in a life with Amanda, three cats and Howy White Photography.
When doing the Howy White thing, I love to shoot portraits, bands and musicians, stylist shoots and studio work.
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