Drones have been around since 1907, when Louis Bréguet first designed the Bréguet-Richet Gyroplane, which was an experimental quadcopter rotary-wing aircraft. Initially, drones were only able to fly just a few feet, but as the years have progressed, so have drones’ abilities, and now there are models that can soar way above and capture incredible photos that have never been taken before. Here are some of those amazing shots that you have to see to believe.
Graveyard for Aircrafts
The U.S. Military has an aircraft graveyard for all of their planes that are out of service. The Boneyard, as its known, is located in Tucson, Arizona and has more than 4000 retired airplanes that are now used for scrap metal. It was created after WWII and saves the military about $500 million worth of metal. The way they are set it geometrically up is amazing to see.