On June 9, I had gone out to capture the moonrise from Fort Sewall and brought my Phantom 4 Pro drone along to see how that might handle the full moon rising over the harbor.  Before the moon could rise, the sun set and I found myself with the wrong lens and poorly positioned to capture it from the ground.

I quickly launched the drone and flew it over the water to this spot looking down on Glover Island at high tide.  The sun was just about to dip below the horizon as I captured this image of the last light of day burning through clouds near the tree line.  The lone boat anchored offshore broke up the foreground while the sunlight reflected off the still water of Little Harbor.  I was very thankful that I had though to grab the flying camera before heading here as it allowed me to capture this Gerry Island sunset from the air.