DroneVU Studios went on location to Clearwater Beach, FL which is a popular spring break destination located in Clearwater, FL.
Clearwater Beach is characterized by white sand beaches stretching for 2.5 miles along the Gulf of Mexico and it sits on a barrier island. It has a full marina on the Intercoastal Waterway side and is linked on the south by a short bridge to another barrier island called Sand Key, where Sand Key Park is located.
DroneVU Studios obtained some aerial photographs of Clearwater Beach and created an aerial video of the beach as well. Click the following link to see the aerial photographs of Clearwater Beach and stay tuned, the video is coming soon.
DroneVU Studios went on location to Anna Maria Island which is a barrier island on the coast of Manatee County, Florida in the United States. It is bounded on the west by the Gulf of Mexico, on the south by Longboat Pass, on the east by Anna Maria Sound, and on the north by Tampa Bay. Anna Maria Island is approximately seven miles long north to south.
While on location we captured some great aerial photographs of the island along with some aerial video which will be available soon.
In the meantime, check out the aerial photograph album which is located via the following link:
DroneVU Studios went on location to Palma Sola Botanical Park located at 9800 17 th Avenue NW, Bradenton, FL 34209 which is a 10 acre park that features exotic fruit and nut trees. The facilities are also a popular wedding destination with a club house and plenty of scenic grassy areas that are perfect for weddings, meetings, and other events.
Check out all of the aerial photographs of the botanical park via the following link. And stay tuned for the aerial video which we will publish within the next few days.
DroneVU Studios went on location to Robinson Nature Preserve located at 9800 Manatee Ave. West Bradenton, 34209 to film another Florida attraction.
Robinson Nature Preserve located at 9800 Manatee Ave. West Bradenton, 34209 is a 600+ acre coastal preserve that features hiking paths, kayak and canoe waterways, bridges, picnic spots, and a 53 foot tall observation tower. The 120-year-old Valentine House, moved to the preserve by boat, is near the entrance to the property, scheduled for a renovation to become Robinsonâ€™s information center.
DroneVU Studios captured some great aerial drone photographs and aerial high definition video of the preserve. The album is now available, and the video will be available within a week. For now click the following link to check out album.
While calibrating some of our drone equipment we noticed how low the cloud cover was, so we decided to take up one of the drones and see if we could capture some footage from right below the cloud cover.
The result was some pretty cool aerial drone video of the footage that the drone recorded as it flow through the bottom of the cloud cover.
DroneVU studios went on location to Upper Tampa Bay Park located atÂ 8001 Double Branch Road 6044 Fishhawk Cr, Tampa, FL 33635Â to obtain some more great aerial photographs and aerial video of another Florida attraction.
At Upper Tampa Bay Park visitors may see gopher tortoises, zebra swallowtail butterflies and even bobcats. Shallow fresh water ponds throughout Upper Tampa Bay Park provide habitat for aquatic plants and animals and improve drainage for the surrounding areas. Live oaks and other hardwood trees often grow near these wetlands, where redshouldered hawks and bald eagles are sometimes seen.
As the Park ground slopes gently toward the bay, the pines and palmettos give way to palm trees, shrubs and grasses that can survive occasional flooding. Closer to the shoreline, visitors may see a strip of sand devoid of all vegetation; this is a salt barren. High tidal water gets trapped here and evaporates, concentrating salt in the soil and limiting plant life; yet some life, such as fiddler crabs, thrives here. Beyond the salt barren lies the shoreline, occupied almost exclusively by mangroves and salt marsh grasses. The shoreline and waters attract Park wildlife and many other species, including roseate spoonbills, ospreys, otters, bottle nosed dolphins and manatees.
DroneVU studios went on location to the Sunken Gardens located at 1825 4th St. N. St. Petersburg, FL 33704Â to obtain some more great aerial photographs and aerial video of another Florida attraction.
The Sunken Gardens are 4 acresÂ of well-established botanical gardens located in the center of St. Petersburg, Florida, USA. The Gardens were a commercial tourist attraction for many years, but are now operated by the city and maintained with the help of volunteers. Sunken Gardens are open to the public every day of the week.
Sunken Gardens retains their historical interest as an important example of a 1930s Florida roadside commercial attraction, and is probably the oldest commercial tourist attraction on Florida’s west coast. The Gardens are open to the public for educational programs, tours, and special events, particularly weddings which have taken place for decades on the Wedding Lawn, and in the banquet facilities in the Garden Room overlooking the unique garden setting.
Check out the aerial photography album that DroneVU Studios created to begin planning your next outing. Also stay tuned, the aerial drone video of the gardens will be available soon.