Birds-Eye View of Applefest

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Birds-Eye View of Applefest

In spite of touch-and-go predictions of possible heavy rain in the wake of Hurricane Joaquin all last week, the weather turned out to be near perfect for the 27th celebration of Applefest on Sunday, Oct. 4. Stories and additional photos on Warwick’s largest event appear on page 2. This image, provided by Larry Miri, president of the Truform Media Group, was taken at 2 p.m. Sunday from 400 feet above the village, using a DJI Phantom 3 drone. “Because I fly in full GPS mode, (the drone) will not allow us to go higher that 400 feet and it won’t even start up within five miles of an airport,” Miri noted. “Extremely safe this way.” – See more at: http://www.warwickadvertiser.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20151008/NEWS01/151009961/Bird%27s-eye-view-of-Applefest#sthash.hg2JTRvu.dpuf

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