How did I miss this bird drone video?

A video of a bird drone flying over a busy intersection in the US has gone viral on Reddit.

The video shows the drone hovering above a traffic light and the birds in the distance as they fly by.

“If you’re in a city like New York, this is something you might not have seen,” the Redditor behind the video, d_r_a, told BuzzFeed News.

“You see all the traffic lights and traffic lights on a map.

But in New York there’s a lot of different lights and there are a lot more birds.”

The bird drone was first spotted on August 17, 2016, by Redditor d_rsa, who shared the video on Reddit, saying he noticed it while watching a New York City traffic light.

The bird drone then flew above the intersection for about 30 seconds, but eventually left the scene.

D_rs, who is currently a PhD student in the department of electrical engineering at the University of New Mexico, says he was inspired to create the video after his student, Tyler Hester, took a video of the same intersection and shared it online.

“Tyler took the video and we all started discussing what he had done and what we could do to improve the intersection,” he said.

“I think that when we were doing that we came to the realization that maybe we could improve it.”

“We knew there was a huge amount of traffic and that there were birds flying around,” he added.

“We’re still at the early stages of our project, but we have a lot planned out and we want to start putting the final touches on it, so we want it to be good and to be a success.”

It’s a pretty cool intersection and I think we could have done a better job with it.

I think it’s a great intersection, it’s been great and it’s not that bad, so I’m really happy that we took the time to make it.”‘

If you see a bird, just turn around and ignore it’A few hours later, Redditor f_rpg posted the video to his own subreddit, r/all, and it has been viewed more than 9,000 times.”

This is the first time I’ve seen a drone fly through a traffic intersection.

That’s pretty cool, especially considering the bird drone is so close to the intersection it’s almost like they’re actually there,” f_rs wrote.”

As the video states, it looks like the bird is watching the drone.

If you see one of the birds, just ignore it.

It’s probably just a coincidence.””

It just seemed like a cool idea and I would do it again if we had another bird drone. “

We had no idea we were actually there.

It just seemed like a cool idea and I would do it again if we had another bird drone.

Just let the birds go.”

The video has garnered over 200 comments, mostly from people in the New York area.

“Wow, just wow.

This is some amazing footage,” redditor c_d posted.

“I don’t know if this has been seen before, but I can see this happening in New Yorks, but it’s also not that far from New York city.

It would be amazing if we could see a drone in a busy part of New York.””

I have no idea how I missed it.

This was on a busy weekend in New york.

But the bird looks like it was looking at the bird at the intersection with no one around it,” redditors s_rng_ and r_a_s wrote.

Other Redditors who have shared the drone footage have also commented on the video’s popularity.

“What a cool intersection.

It might be a bit far from my home, but this bird does look pretty impressive,” reddits r_rabbit said.

“This would be really cool if we got a bird and flew it through.”

“It might look crazy, but i think this might be the best intersection I’ve ever seen,” reddit reddits.

“Maybe we could make it a bit bigger and fly a drone through.”

The Redditor said he was able to find a bird for the video with the help of a video sharing app called Birdify, which allows people to share aerial footage of other people using drones.

“You can share your aerial video and it will show you the birds on the same video, or even in different parts of the city.

If there are other people in that intersection, they’ll see them too,” he told BuzzFeed.”

And the birds can be zoomed in to see if they’re there or not.

This bird might look like a big bird but you can’t see it from the camera.

It doesn’t look like an actual bird, but if you zoom it in, it might be an eagle.””

Its not a bird.

Its just a drone,”

How to buy a drone lights and drones

Drone lights and drone companies are now selling to the masses, but are they the future of drones?

In this week’s episode of The Drone Show, I chat to Drone Lighting co-founder and CEO Paul R. Schofield, a veteran of the commercial drone industry, and CEO and founder of drone company Skybox Robotics.

Schonfeld says he’s looking forward to having the drone lights of tomorrow come to fruition.

Schochel says that the current commercial drone market is the future, but that the drones are not the only way to get there.

He also says that drones can be used for everything from medical applications to transportation, but it’s not for everyone.

I’m excited about drones, he says.

He’s also excited about the possibilities for drone use for education and research.

Schofield started Skybox in 2014.

Skybox is a company that sells drones that can be programmed to perform various functions, from being a surveillance drone for private security agencies to a medical drone for doctors.

They’re currently looking at expanding into education and medical drone use.

Schochel, however, sees the drone lighting market as a potential goldmine.

He says that he sees drone lighting as the next big thing in the consumer drone industry.

That’s a big jump from the current drone market.

He hopes that drone lighting will help educate consumers about drones and help them get to know more about them.

We’re in the middle of a real transformation in our economy, and it’s going to be a really disruptive time, Schofëre said.

And he thinks drone lighting could be part of that.

Schoenfeld sees drones as the perfect tool for this transformation, and he thinks that the consumer drones will help make this transformation even more transformative.

Skybox is selling drone lights at its retail stores, and they’re starting to roll out to other retail outlets.

Schoch is also working with drone companies on some of his drones, including Skybox, in an effort to get drone companies into the commercial market.

Schoenfeld says that Skybox has seen exponential growth in drone sales.

SkyBox sold more than 200,000 drones in 2016 alone.

It’s not just the retail industry that is seeing exponential growth, but the manufacturing and distribution sector, too.

Schoch says that consumer drones have been a hit with consumers.

People are buying drones, and this is the next step, he said.

There’s not many options for people to buy drones in terms of cost, he explained.

There are a lot of consumer drones, but we’re still in the infancy phase.

I’ve been watching this for a long time, he added.

I’ve been in the drone space for almost 15 years, and I think it’s about time.

I think there’s a lot more to come from this, he continued.

He thinks drones can really be the future for the entire industry.

‘Drones Are Like Aliens’: Drones Are Watching Us All Now

Drones are watching us all now.

And they’re getting better.

The technology has advanced so quickly that they are already being used to track and target people with no prior warning.

They’re used to tracking the movements of the birds they are trained to track, to track people at the grocery store, to monitor weather and to monitor the health of their neighbors.

And now they’re being used for something even more nefarious: The drone show.

The drones are coming to our lives.

There’s an app for that, too.

We’re in the process of writing an app that takes all of the things we love about watching TV, and turns them into something new.

We are not just going to put them in a bag and drop them somewhere.

It’s not about how they work.

It is about how we use them.

We love them for their beauty and their versatility.

But when we look at their capabilities, we see an industry of drones.

We have to think beyond the simple beauty and functionality of drones to the deeper intelligence they bring to the equation.

This is where technology comes in.

The Drone Show is a podcast that tells the story of what it’s like to be a drone observer, from the moment we pick up our camera to the moment the drones drop from the sky.

We also explore some of the technologies behind them.

Our host is Sarah B. Kallman, an award-winning journalist and filmmaker.

She’s worked for Wired, NPR, the New York Times, TIME, The Wall Street Journal and The Atlantic.

She is the co-founder and CEO of The Drone Zone, a new startup based in the UK.

We invited Sarah and a small team of producers to tell the story in a way that you’re not going to believe: through a podcast.

To do that, we wanted to bring together some of our favorite voices in the technology industry, including Sarah’s longtime friend and colleague, Joe Dolan, a co-creator of The Verge’s technology podcast, The Future of the Podcast.

We were inspired by the technology world we know, and how we all want to be able to share what we know.

We wanted to create an immersive experience that will keep listeners engaged.

It also has to be entertaining.

There are so many elements to what we are covering.

We’ve got the technology behind drones, the stories they tell, and the personalities of people who are trying to use drones to help solve problems.

And we have an audience to serve.

We want to give the people who love technology, like us, something to love.

This podcast will be a conversation about technology and what we want to hear, with all of you.

We hope you’ll join us for the show.

This week’s episode is about drones.

How do they work?

How are they used?

What are the challenges that drones face?

You can find more of our stories on The Drone Podcast and The Future Of The Podcast.