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Monday, January 20, 2014

A Bird's-Eye View of San Francisco: Ghirardelli Square

Posted By on Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 4:18 PM

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The cityscape of San Francisco reaches towards the sky: buildings, hills, bridges -- each towering above us. But Thiti Tanprapan's bird's-eye view videos provide another way to look at our surrounds.

In his latest video, Tanprapan's DJ1 Phantom 2 drone doesn't soar over the highest of buildings, but as pilot of the remote-controlled flying camera, he sails the device above Ghirardelli Square, and even dares to hang it to peek over the waterfront.

It's pretty cool, to say the least. Check it out for yourself.

Need more? Check out Morph Life on YouTube for more of Tanprapan's aerial footage of San Francisco.

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