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Drone photography 9-Apr-2018 At 8:08:21 PM Keenas
Drones are getting so common I think we will just get used to them. They piss me off, but they donít seem to persist too long. Last Sunday I saw a pair fly from Horne Point to Corroboree Walls, didnít take too move out of earshot. But had one come within 15m of me on top Of Zig Zag a few days later, now that sucked. Then saw one while climbing at Boganville yesterday. That place is in the middle of nowhere and still canít escape from them!

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