Bu binaya sosyal medyada çok fazla denk gelmiştik. Paris gezimizde bir anda önümüzde beliriverdi 🙈
Apartman aslında lokal kişilerin oturduğu bir bina. Fakat bu açıdan bakıldığında oluşan görüntüden dolayı ‘Batan Bina’ olarak adlandırılıyor 📍
The most northern tip of the 35km stretch of the pumicestone passage
2 1023 minutes ago
I took my drone out for a morning flight at sunrise.
The rules for flying drones are very strict at most places, so I go early to avoid people. There actually was a lady who stopped at the edge of the field (note: field, not street/park/yard) I was flying on the other day and from her distance she started to complain and tell me how she didn't approve what I was doing. It is noisy, dangerous and invades people's privacy. I was doing it "by the book". Her dog was pooping on the path on which people walk every day and she didn't bother cleaning after the dog (=breaking city regulations). 💩
I bet a 70 kg person going 40 km/h on a 50 kg "light" motor bike on the same pathway as people with their dogs and toddlers is far more dangerous and noisy than my 0.7 kg drone making a whirr, going on about 10 km/h at a park not even near the same toddlers and dogs and birds, but it seems to be that it is I with a light drone who is considered a menace. I wasn't that good in high school physics but even I can tell that if my drone should fall from the top 50 meters allowed, it would hit that dog if yours with less destructive power than your new years' fireworks and way less than your neighbors' kids with their mopeds 😌 and most likely my drone would fall elsewhere, because I usually don't fly over people and never over crowds.
There are millions of smartphones filming people every day indoors and outdoors, in private and public. There are satellites capable to read the note in my hand. There's CCTV on every street corner, but it seems that I with a camera drone am the biggest threat to people's privacy. 🤬
Lighten up, people. Or, at least clean up after your dog before you come at me with empty complaints on things I haven't done wrong.