The drone, also referred to as a quadcopter, has been in the public eye since 1907 when a man named Louis Breguet designed it. At first, it could only fly a few feet, but over the years, the technology of the drone has advanced so much that it managed to extend that time to up to 30 minutes, or longer from some models. These photos show just how far technology can go, and the amazing images they can create.
Graveyard for Aircrafts
Only the U.S. Military would make a graveyard for out-of-service aircraft’s this uniformed and alluring. Simply named, The Boneyard, it is the home of over 4,000 airplanes now used for scrap metal. Located in Tuscan, Arizona, the graveyard was created after World War 2, allowing the reuse of metal, and saving the military around $500 million. There is beauty in the deserted it seems; the uniformity and symmetry add a certain aesthetic. It is a miraculous sight to see.