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These photos were taken at Johns Hopkins’ Homewood Campus from a quadcopter the day after a snow storm.
During intersession, I took a class at the George Peabody Library that afforded me the opportunity to extensively photograph the gorgeous building. Designed by architect Edmund Lind and completed in 1878, the building is considered one of the most stunning … Continue reading
During intersession, I’m taking a class at the George Peabody Library. The librarians were nice enough to let me fly my quadcopter in the library.
After a number of previous successful test flights, Blue Jay 3 careened out of control with 1.75kg of payload, its wing snapped mid-flight, and it crashed into the ground at relatively high speed, splintering and cracking the fuselage. Fortunately, it … Continue reading
Due to the unseasonably warm weather this year, the trees are blossoming in March here in Baltimore. Flickr