• The Beach
  • Clam Pass
  • S.S. Jolley Bridge
  • Keewaydin Island
  • Sanibel Lighthouse

The Beach

Flying your drone at the beach is amazing. The view is beautiful and you can see so much. I love the look of the sand and the water with all the different colors. When the water is clear, you can see so much. This is how we saw a baby shark at clam pass. Without the drone, we probably wouldn’t have seen it.

Mommy dolphin with her baby dolphin

Clam Pass

Clam Pass is one of my favorite places to fly the drone. From the Osprey in their nests to the dolphins in the water. You can see whether it is high tide or low tide. And how the tides affect the bay. How the mangroves turn the water brown, especially when it is low tide.

S.S. Jolley Bridge

This is a cool place to fly the drone. There are so many things to see and at different angles. You can see all the small islands around the bridge. If your drone has hyperlapse capibilities, this is the place to do it with all the cars driving over the bridge.

Keewaydin Island

Keewaydin Island is south on Naples Florida and is part of The Ten Thousand Islands. The southern most tip is a popular spot for boaters and jetskis. You can find all kind of shells here. I love seeing it from the air and how beautiful everything is.

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Sanibel Lighthouse

I love lighthouses. I want to explore all the lighthouses in Florida and see the birdseye of them. Flying the drone up and seeing a lighthouse from the sky is amazing. They are beautiful and have awesome history to them.

IMPORTANT: Know the FAA Regulations. Become familiar with the drone and all laws before you fly. It is important to know when and where you can fly and to register your drone.

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