The Great Indian Elephant Chase
I was exploring the uncovered terrains of the Kabini forests on a beautiful day. The trail running through the Western Ghats can be best described as a chasm, nose diving into an earthy abyss which fades off before any cognitive realisation. Therefore, I used a drone as my pair of eyes and my experience on these terrains to guide me further.
Drones have their advantages and limitations, the main limitation I would say is to find any animal wearing a camoflaged costume of our mother nature! I flew across the mighty Western Ghats in search of a tusker who is quite a star in this region. He ran taking notice of the drone and I had to increase my altitude to stay stealthy. He knew the eagle eyes were focused on him and came out of the bushes and posed for me. I felt a surge of ecstatic accomplishment while I quickly clicked him on his dorsal side. Realising how much the alien whizzing noise would have made him feel uneasy, I pulled back my Mavic away and flew it into the horizon.