NEWPORT — It’s a typical Vermont tradition: The weather cools, the leaves start to change and leaf peepers come out in droves to see the brilliant fall colors.
But up until the invention of unmanned aerial vehicles, or, as they are better known, drones, nobody got to peep these colors from the perspective of a bird, soaring through the forest.
Local videographer Paul Barnard, and musicians Tod Pronto and Nathan Michaud combine forces in this video to bring this unique perspective of fall foliage 2016 over the Northeast Kingdom.
Pronto and Barnard recently worked on shooting a music video for one of Pronto’s songs, which we will be posting more about on Friday, when the single is released.
Until then, enjoy the sights and sounds.