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Heineken
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Great video
2017-3-2 09:21:43
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Eric13
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Ex Machina Posted at 2017-2-27 19:30
Great job! That moose at the end -- the train seemed to drop its headlights and then bring them back up after passing the moose, do you think was intentional, a way to signal, or at least, not hypnotize the beastie?

Dropping the light was surely intentional. Headlights make wildlife 'freeze'.
At least this is what they tell us in Germany at driving school... ;-)
2017-3-2 14:00:08
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Ex Machina
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Eric13 Posted at 2017-3-2 14:00
Dropping the light was surely intentional. Headlights make wildlife 'freeze'.
At least this is what they tell us in Germany at driving school... ;-)

That's what I figured -- great timing!
2017-3-2 14:56:56
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beejAMG
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nice and smooth video. i know its more on skills but can i ask your exact camera, gymbal and stick controller settings? cheers!
2017-3-2 15:39:14
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Haneyca
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Wow this is awesome! I have to make it up to Alaska at some point. Thank you for sharing.
2017-3-2 20:40:09
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mercury451
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wow...really nice.  loved it. thanks for showing it.
2017-3-2 21:12:32
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Merlin23
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Really enjoyed this video...think I spotted four if not five moose...I love trains and this was very well done...thank you..
2017-3-3 00:44:55
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JonCahillPhoto
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Nice job! I'd laugh if the same conductor was on each train and wondered why a drone was flying around like a "black helicopter".
2017-3-3 09:31:27
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alaska42
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JonCahillPhoto Posted at 2017-3-3 09:31
Nice job! I'd laugh if the same conductor was on each train and wondered why a drone was flying around like a "black helicopter".

That's the beauty of the mavic, don't think they know I am there!
2017-3-3 14:01:07
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Aaticri
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Wish we had more snow in the UK. Looks awesome
2017-3-4 01:12:28
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PassBy
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Nice view..
2017-3-4 03:57:41
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Yac_Attack
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Nice shots. I live in Wasilla and it was nice to recognize some of the locations.
2017-3-4 12:16:17
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fans3be08f60
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Cool! Eeeeee!
2017-3-5 01:39:28
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Spitfire 1
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Very Nice Video. What drone are you flying and what camera are you using.
2017-3-6 12:21:50
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fans6cdf03c1
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Amazing video thank you for memes sharing!
2017-3-6 14:30:02
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Blucenturion
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Haha. I know trains kill over 600 moose a lot ear in AK..I understand why, now.. sweet vid!
2017-3-6 19:40:47
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Spitfire 1 Posted at 2017-3-6 12:21
Very Nice Video. What drone are you flying and what camera are you using.

I was flying the Mavic Pro
2017-3-7 16:18:19
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alaska42
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RichJ53 Posted at 2017-2-27 21:28
Nice job and thank you for sharing.

I have only one train shot so far... it is not easy to be in the air and ready to catch the train going by LOL

Yeah, tell me about it. I have had it go by while I was changing my batteries. Seems to never go by when I am ready for it.
2017-3-8 05:05:54
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alaska42
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beejAMG Posted at 2017-3-2 15:39
nice and smooth video. i know its more on skills but can i ask your exact camera, gymbal and stick controller settings? cheers!

I would give you them, but they were set back to default with a firmware update.
2017-3-8 05:06:42
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Ex Machina Posted at 2017-2-27 19:30
Great job! That moose at the end -- the train seemed to drop its headlights and then bring them back up after passing the moose, do you think was intentional, a way to signal, or at least, not hypnotize the beastie?

I believe the train turned off its light so the moose would not be blinded and stop on tracks
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2017-3-8 12:23:27
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greenwire
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Great video.. keep them coming
2017-3-8 14:02:32
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Trailblazer5715
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Great video! You are in an amazing place for aerial shots.
2017-3-8 16:31:09
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fans417ffa39
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Very nice. Thanks for sharing.
2017-3-8 22:05:14
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alaska42
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Trailblazer5715 Posted at 2017-3-8 16:31
Great video! You are in an amazing place for aerial shots.

The landscapes around here do most of the work for me.
2017-3-9 04:55:06
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travelrikk
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Great footage. No music though?
2017-3-9 06:29:43
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DJL
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Beautiful video!
Have any more to share?
2017-3-9 07:14:10
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fansbe40c933
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Nice video
2017-3-9 09:15:24
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alaska42
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travelrikk Posted at 2017-3-9 06:29
Great footage. No music though?

THis was my first video with no music. Stay tuned, I am set for more train footage this weekend and I will put some of the best together.
2017-3-9 21:12:18
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Cutaway
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Sweeeetttt!  Thanks for sharing!
2017-3-9 21:34:26
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travelrikk
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alaska42 Posted at 2017-3-9 21:12
THis was my first video with no music. Stay tuned, I am set for more train footage this weekend and I will put some of the best together.

Sounds promising, keep at it
2017-3-10 00:07:27
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Boenaparte
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congrat very nice, but it must have taken you forever to get all those different shots, was it the same train?
2017-3-10 00:12:16
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Boenaparte Posted at 2017-3-10 00:12
congrat very nice, but it must have taken you forever to get all those different shots, was it the same train?

You are right, this is about 4 separate days. More footage to come as long as weather is decent.
2017-3-10 06:08:39
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Airmunn
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NICE,  Beautiful Country
2017-3-11 08:00:06
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M_str
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Very nice !
Are there a lot of trains there or did the moose chose like that precise moment with the only train of the day to cross ?
2017-3-11 08:09:10
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M_str Posted at 2017-3-11 08:09
Very nice !
Are there a lot of trains there or did the moose chose like that precise moment with the only train of the day to cross ?

They do the same thing with cars....totaled my car twice in the last 20 years, near misses countless times.
2017-3-11 08:12:47
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Sticks
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Great train compilation
2017-3-11 19:22:25
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Great train compilation
2017-3-11 19:22:55
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sky wombat
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Almost goosed the moose! Great place to shoot by the look of things.
2017-3-12 01:55:56
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alaska42
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sky wombat Posted at 2017-3-12 01:55
Almost goosed the moose! Great place to shoot by the look of things.

We do have the scenery around here, that is for sure.
2017-3-12 16:39:22
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fans2d5156c4
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Great Footage
2017-3-12 18:27:50
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