I’ve been worried that coming into Fall/Winter that I wouldn’t get to bring my drone out as much because of the weather and well because it’s just not as beautiful outside. I was wrong about one of those things. It sure has rained a lot and that’s a definite no for flying, but as far as it being less beautiful outside, I was very wrong. I will never get tired or seeing the leaves change colour, mist gather on mountains and the rain hit off the trees. BC is incredibly beautiful in every season and right now I feel that this weather makes it even more interesting to explore and photograph. So that’s what brought me to Sasamat Lake. After visiting there a few times in the Summer I thought I’d drop in and see how it looked and it really is a beautiful sight.

I really wish I’d have spent more time taking footage. I’d have liked more close up shots and a few very distant shots from high up. I feel like there’s no imagery to understand the scale and size of the lake and also there’s no real personal vibe. But I’m still learning so hopefully I remember what I’ve learned here for the next time.

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