Forty Acre Rock Heritage Preserve – Kershaw, South Carolina

A look with a DJI Mavic Pro drone at Forty Acre Rock near Lancaster, South Carolina. From the Forty Acre Rock Heritage Preserve web site :

(… “The rock seems bigger than life, larger than its actual 14 acres. The entire Forty Acre Rock Heritage Preserve encompasses 2,965 acres of the most diverse protected area in the Piedmont region, including granitic flatrocks, waterslides, waterfalls, beaver pond, caves, hardwood and pine forests, and a variety of wildflowers and wildlife. The Forty Acre Rock Heritage Preserve & Wildlife Management Area is designated as a National Natural Landmark.”

CAMDEN, SOUTH CAROLINA – Scenic Autumn Drone Flight

DJI Mavic flight over Camden, SC on November 3, 2018. Sights include the King Haiglar Opera House Clock Tower, Camden Post Office, Ten Eleven Galleria, King Haiglar and Joseph Kershaw statue at Town Green Park, Little Theatre, Kimbrell’s Furniture, and Bethesda Presbyterian Church.

From Wikipedia: Camden is a city in Kershaw County, South Carolina, United States.[3] It is the largest city and county seat of Kershaw County. The population was 6,838 in the 2010 census. In 2016, the population went up to 7,126.[4] It is part of the Columbia, South Carolina, Metropolitan Statistical Area. Camden is the oldest inland city in South Carolina, and home to The Carolina Cup and The National Steeplechase Museum.

Western North Carolina Waterfalls – Franklin and Highlands, NC

A brief look at our weekend exploring Franklin and Highlands, North Carolina. We stopped by Wayah Bald in Nantahala National Forest, Secret Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and Dry Falls in Highlands, NC as well as the Rufus Morgan Falls in Franklin, NC. Filmed with a Gopro Hero 4 and a DJI Mavic Pro.

Let’s Drive – Fayetteville, North Carolina to Holly Spring, NC

Here’s a time lapse drive from the Fort Bragg area of Fayetteville, NC (All American Drive) to Holly Springs, NC, a suburb of Raleigh. Most of this drive is on US Highway 401 South and passes through the towns of Bunnlevel, Lillington, and Fuquay Varina, North Carolina.