WEDNESDAY WANDERLUST: FALL FROM ABOVE
By Paul Strubell of Dirt Orca’s – 10/17/18
This weeks entry in our Wednesday Wanderlust series is called “Fall From Above”. You’ll see why.
“Fall From Above” is brought to us by Julian Tryba and is a peaceful reminder of the stillness that can be found when taking a step back or in this case taking a step above.
As Fall begins to descend on much of North America this month, take a minute to unwind and appreciate that change.
“New England is known for its spectacular display of colors during the foliage season. Each fall, billions of leaves change from green into a kaleidoscope of colors. With the help of a drone, I was able to film this breathtaking phenomenon. I flew for hundreds of miles and accumulated over 24 hours of flight time this fall. Whether it was flying through clouds at sunrise or soaring above treetops at sunset, I loved every minute of it. I look forward to flying around New England again next fall, but in the meantime, be sure to stay up-to-date with my latest work via social media: