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Awesome Drone Flight around Penbryn

On the spectacular West Wales Coastline over Sea and high cliff
All of these movies are best played back on full 4k HD screens with a good quality sound.
Awesome Drone Flight around Penbryn

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Welcome to “Dronescaping “Ynys Prydein” for those of you who are not familiar this translates from old British or Welsh into English as “The Isle of Britain”
Today we present another “Drone Egg” ~ What does that mean?

A “Drone Egg” is a short movie of Cinematic 4K footage of spectacular scenery, involving fly rounds and other neat cinematic moves. Not necessarily in this case Hillforts or Cairns, Stone Circles etc but features within the landscape that exude a sense of ‘Genus Loci’ ~ the spirit of place. In other words very special locations that mean things to aeons of humanity and somehow give off a vibe to those sensitive enough to feel it.

We fly above the ancient church at Penbryn which is believed to be the oldest church in Wales, St Michael’s Church (Llanfihangel Pen y Bryn) has guarded this parish since the 12th century.
It states this on the Church’s facebook group of all places, whether or not this is the case is up for debate however is certainly the oldest in the diocese of St. Davids.
We spoke to a chap there who invited us in, he may have been the reverend , he told us that the church or parts of it were much more ancient than was believed. According to Coflein.. “St Michael’s Church is situated within a curvilinear churchyard, Aerial photography (during dry summers when grass has parched sufficiently to show buried structures) suggests a curving outer enclosure skirting the rounded hillslope below the church on the north-east side. Another circular enclosure (NPRN 405336) was identified during aerial reconnaissance in 2006, 140m south-west of the church. It parallels the church’s circular churchyard, raising the likelihood that this was originally a pair of later prehistoric enclosures, with north-easterly one subsequently re-used for ecclessiastical purposes.”

The circular enclosure surrounding the graveyard certainly reminds me of Hillforts and other prehistoric settlements.

Music this time is part of the Dark Ambience project and is written and conceived by Steve Spon for The Hidden Core, a Nostramus spin off project.

I will be posting up more ‘Drone Eggs’ as well as more Movies in my Ynys Prydein Hillforts and ancient Ruins channel. If you like this video, please click the ‘Like’ Button, Feel free to Share, Please ‘Subscribe’ to my new Channel and comment below. See you next time