DJI – Mavic Air – The Last Wild Place on Earth

In 1968, The North Face founder Doug Tompkins and three friends took a legendary road trip to Patagonia, South America. Captivated by Patagonia’s natural beauty, Doug and his wife Kris moved to Chile and created Tompkins Conservation. Over the past 25 years, they have purchased and developed more than 13 million acres of protected national parks. Following Doug’s legacy, world-renowned outdoor photographer Chris Burkard ventures to Chilean Patagonia with the Mavic Air on an assignment to uncover the region’s majestic wilderness from an aerial perspective.

In support of his beliefs, Chris Burkard presents a modern perspective on “how drones can be used for good,” especially in protected parks such as parts of Patagonia. The idea is, most people will never see the true beauty of places such as this in person. Therefore, why not provide them with these stunning aerials, a view that will likely have a lasting impact on their views of the natural world.

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