Ascending on unique rock formations of Alabama Hills in California

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Scene notes: The UAS ascends steadily over a lifeless environment of unique stone formations, with high clouds motionless in the sky. The ground shows no signs of humans, but the sky has a jet contrail pattern. Two hills seem are composed only of very large boulders that cracked into pieces after cooling as magma. The area lives on an active fault zone, and certain hills show where these flows of magma end; in the last 10 million years, these hills have dropped 11000 ft (2750 m) and were once around the height of Mt Whitney. No interval was used with this full motion clip.
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11 seconds and 6 frames.

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