Flying a drone at Lagavulin, Isle of Islay

Picture of a drone hovering in the air near a bay with a distillery on the other sideDrones are often used to take pictures (or shoot video) from the air. Which is what I was certainly doing on this April afternoon (see e.g. Lagavulin distillery and Dunyvaig Castle from the air), but at the end of the flight (the battery indicator is showing nearly empty) I had a few seconds left to take a quick snap of the drone in action before landing it safely.

19 thoughts on “Flying a drone at Lagavulin, Isle of Islay

  1. I would agree, a sense of place is important to enjoy a good single malt. That’s why I typically don’t drink blends or those “mystery distillery” brands where you don’t know where it comes from.


  • Rene Brosig

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