Here I am on the Loop Road in Big Cypress Nation Preserve. I was in the middle of hundreds of square miles of wilderness as far as the eye could see. However, the land is so flat you can't see distances at all. So I stopped along the side of the road and sent the drone up for a quick look.
I suppose this is a selfie of sorts. I'm down there behind my car trying to see the view on my iPhone screen. But, it was so sunny that I was having difficulty viewing the image. Nevertheless, I took a few still shots including this.
On this day, it was just a quick up and down flight for a few quick snaps because I just wanted to get a sense of how the landscape looked. It's also because I'm a nervous drone pilot and I worry about losing it in unfamiliar places. The drone is so small that you quickly lose sight of it. However, Mavic Pro is supposed to fly back if something goes wrong, in other words, it dummy-proof. Even so, if it crashed here, there is no going to look for it. With alligators and snakes at every turn, it would take a far braver man than me to go and look for it.