This is definitely a learning process but I'm starting to get the hang of it. I do get very nervous when flying the drone though, I'm not use to not having the camera in my hand and I have been afraid of crashing it.
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Tuesday, August 4, 2020
I have been waiting for over 4 years, and many visits at the park office to get pick to go in this place. They only allowed 20 people with a permit to visit this place a day. To get a permit, you'll have to selected by Lotto system. There's 10 people will be selected online, and other 10 people will be selected walk-in the office in Kanab, Utah.
In the past, there will be over 100 people applied at the office, so my chances is very slim due to tourist from other countries. Also, if I apply online, I would compete with other people around the world. So you know my chances is nearly zero.
Due to the Pedemic, there are only around 40 people applied when I was here for five days, and finally got picks on the 3rd day. Unfortunately, one of our friend wasn't feeling well, so we couldn't stay here for the sunset. We didn't want to take $15K helicopter rescue our friend.
Posted by Quynh Le at 4:32 PM
I had the opportunity to go camping with friends for a few days in Hana and although it rained during all of the nights we were there the skies would occasionally open up and show some stars. This shot was taken about 3:00 a.m. I had a window of about 30 minutes to take photos before the rain came back.
I'm headed back in about two weeks to try it again.