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cr. @itsjayharry

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Tag friends who want to swim with monkeys 🐒 #thailandlust • • •
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cr. @ananya.ray

19 hours ago comment 6 star 712

They say „never look back“ but looking back might fill your heart with joy und happiness of the things you’ve experienced and seen before
#backhome ❤️

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Do we have a deal?🐵
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cr. @robsworld___

4 hours ago comment 3 star 72

We safely arrived back in spain. unfortunately, my laptop died yesterday. even though i have already ordered a new one, it might take a week for it to arrive, so i might not be able to publish my new post this week. sorry, guys!
anyway, while i am waiting to get back to work i want to introduce you to some of the most beautiful and romantic places in thailand. those are the ruins of the former siam-kingdom of ayutthaya.
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make sure to check the whole list of beautiful places in thailand on the blog (link in bio).
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18 hours ago comment 6 star 150

This is one of my bucket list shots!
i’ve been dreaming about getting this shot for a few years now, but the idea of getting this shot scared the s**t out of me.
i am by no means a good drone pilot, but lately i’ve been really embracing it.
wondering how many females out there own drones? 🙋🏼‍♀️
maybe you’re like me and the idea of flying a drone freaks you out.
so here’s a few things i did to feel more comfortable:
1. fly it somewhere that is safe, legal, and an area you feel comfortable in. go often. until you know how to move it up and down, side to side without thinking about it.
2. adjust the settings on your joysticks for up, down, side to side in the app, so that it becomes second nature.
3. be aware of the drone laws where you fly, so that the fear of getting in trouble goes away.
4. watch a training video or take a course. i found awesome videos on youtube for taking cinematic drone footage and through the full time filmmaker course.
5. start small - buy a drone you can afford to replace if you lose it, crash it, whatever.
6. take the training wheels off - once you’re comfortable start flying it higher and further away - to get this shot i had to fly 500 meters up and 500 meters away in high winds and you better believe the adrenaline was high!
so yah let me know are you a female who owns a drone? do you use it often? if not, why?
i personally would love to see more drone shots from other female creatives

13 hours ago comment 194 star 1,042