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3 summer drone videos you do not want to miss

Tony Abraham, lead reporter emeritus, is back with what he knows best: ? drone 'tent.

You know it's time for some sweet, sweet drone 'tent. (Screenshot via YouTube)

Hey, Delaware! Former Lead Reporter Tony Abraham here with the one thing I know best: piping-hot drone ‘tent.
That’s right, it’s been nearly a year since we’ve done this last, and my drone ‘tent pipes are backed up. That’s why I’m slopping down this drone ‘tent lunch-lady style.
Here are my top three picks for your summer:

1. It’s Lit

All summer ’16. This edit of GoPro and aerial footage has everything you want in your summer drone ‘tent: boats, beaches, bros, babes and way too many goofy dance moves. There’s even some lip-syncing in there, and that alone makes this ‘tent worth watching.

2. Bucolic Bethany Beach

OK, let’s tone it down a notch with a family-friendly clip. This footage of Bethany Beach comes correct and classical with a soothing Beethoven soundtrack and a strong Americana undertone. Break out the craft Miller Lites and the hot dogs (which are definitely not sandwiches) — this video will get you properly prepped for your family’s annual Independence Day cookout.

3. Slaughter Beach Vibes

Fun fact: Slaughter Beach mayor Bill Krause is undoubtedly the most Guy Fieri-looking mayor in all of America.
As for the video, this one has a robust David Lynch feel to it. Maybe it’s the fade filter. Maybe it’s the haunting guitar riff gliding over the soundtrack’s menacing synthesizers. It’s likely both. Regardless, it’s 10 minutes long so I don’t blame you for cutting it short after two.
There you go, Delaware. Enjoy. Time for me to get back to work over at social impact news site Generocity — come visit sometime!

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