Luchtfoto's van forten, kerken Andes landskapes

Haar everene,

CO en Nave Ben Long Andes harde werken de hele zomer hebben we de perfecte drone kansen kapturing luchtfoto video van de Andes Nera IP soma van Tae-shots en Nave kaptored Over Tae zomer.

In een word prachtig.

Daar ziet er geweldig buiten, maar het is niet geen coureur !

Gelukkig is het niet regent katten en honden

mooie video, maar dit is denk ik niet de juiste forum.

Die post wel op meer forums… één spam bende volgens mij.

Spam ? I discuss with admin and he kindly let me open this topic

straks krijgen we hier allemaal van de dji phantom video’s.

Ok, my apologies for that then.
You are posting your vids on multiple FPV race forums. Although you got great vids, it has nothing to do with FPV racing.
That’s why it looked like spam to me.

Bit strange to me too. This is a Dutch FPV racing forum and this topic is neither Dutch nor related to FPV racing. Footage is very nice but this is not the place I visit for DJI scenery videos. Maybe come visit a FPV race and film that? Overhead footage of a race would be awesome!

I agree completely with [member=250]jaimevisser[/member] it are cool video’s but not the right footage for this forum.

And by the way the ‘‘english/dutch’’ you used in the first message seems like the average spam mail I receive monthly from my African uncle who left me 3 billion dollars.

So maybe that’s one reason it looks like spam. ;D

Ha ha yes, thats google translate ;D. But great vids Aerial :thumbup:

After [member=601]AerialExplorer[/member] posted a video on a completely place in the forum (in Freakerts video topic actually), I sent him a PM assuming he was a spammer. I got a reply directly, and we agreed that he could open his own topic.

Obviously it’s true that this is not the best place for these kind of video’s but let’s not make a big issue from this.
His topic doesn’t hurt anyone, and if you don’t want to watch the movies, simply don’t watch them. :wink: He won’t spam the forum in other topics.

Yes its google translate not spam ;D, Thank you

Thanks again !

For some time Bochorma used to be one the largest fortresses in Kakheti. It is located at the Gombori Pass on the road from Inner Kakheti to the capital. Nowadays the ruins of this once magnificent stronghold are covered by a dense forest of centuries-old trees. Its origin is still unknown. The first reference dates back to the beginning of the 10th century. It seems that it underwent multiple changes in later centuries and reached the age of late feudalism in a sadly damaged state. It is known that in mid 1700s Erekle II restored Bochorma fortress and it is the traces of these works we can see now.
The old and newer walls of the fortress have been designed in a way that they followed the highly sophisticated landscape of the hill, thus making access to the town extremely difficult for the enemy. The entrance was located in the eastern side where the fortress is relatively easily accessible.
The fortress has two main parts. The citadel was built on the hill and served as a residential castle and hub of the stronghold. The now extant ruins include the remains of a formerly two-storey palace inside the citadel, with two halls, archs and fireplaces. The citadel also contained a cylindrical tower that has a good view of the gorges nearby.
The highest point of the fortress is occupied by the King’s Hall connected with the citadel with a 2 m wide inner lane. The palace offers a truly unforgettable view.
Military importance and security of Bochorma Fortress cannot be underestimated. In the mid 18th century, when Kartl-Kakheti Kingdom was frequently invaded by Lezghins, King Erekle II travelled personally to Kakheti to build Choeti Fortress and restore and fortify Bochorma. Historical records of the 18th century indicate that during one of the invasions of the enemy the king himself decided to send Queen Anna from Martkopi to Bochorma and called on the princes and lords to use the fortress as a shelter for their families.
Archaeological evidence indicates that Bochorma Fortress stayed a functioning fortification until the end of the 18th century.


City-fortress Ujarma is situated on the right bank of the river Iori, in 45 km to the east of Tbilisi on Gombory Range. Three main periods of construction are defined. In the second half of the 5th century, famous Vakhtang Gorgasal ‘erected numerous buildings in Ujarma’ and moved his residence there. After Vakhtang’s death, his heir Dachi was ruling Kakheti for some period from here. In the 10th century Ujarma was destroyed by Arabian forces of Abul Kassim. In the 13th century, the fortress was restored by King George III, where he arranged treasury.
City-fortress consists of two parts: citadel, located on the plateau of the rocky hill and city on the slope.
City was surrounded by the powerful protective wall with nine quadrangular towers. The towers are three-storied, covered by tiled roof with loop-holes. City gates were in the first tower.
A royal palace – two-storied building with a vault - was located in the eastern part of citadel. Premises were illuminated by big and broad windows and they had hanging balconies.
In the middle part of the citadel was ancient church ‘Jvar-Patiosani’ (Church of the Fair Cross). There were dwelling outhouses opposite the church and big reservoirs to keep water.
The whole main system of protection was established in the epoch of Vakhtang Gorgasal. Ujarma is referred to the best samples of fortification constructions of the ancient Georgia.
In the second period (12th century) the destroyed walls were restored and new fortifications and dwelling places were constructed.
The third period (17th – 18th cc) was represented restoration of destroyed parts of the citadel’s walls.
Nowadays, other restoration works are taking place.

In a several dozen kilometers from Tbilisi, a monastery founded by father Anton of Martkopi in the 6th century is to be found. He spent the last 15 years of his life there. He lived as a hermit, what is implied by the "of Martkopi” designation in Georgian. From this designation came the name of the Georgian village Akriani, which initially was called Martodmkopeli and later Martkopi.
The monastery itself is situated on the most beautiful slope of Mount Ialno. The main building is the church of the Divine-Made Icon. The remains of an ancient foundation indicate that on the place of the contemporary cathedral there was an ancient cathedral of greater size, but for some reason in was destroyed. On the threshold of the XVII-XVIII centuries it was reconstructed and the belfry, which was constructed in 1629 by master Akhverd, belongs to this period. In the XVII century the ancient frescos were destroyed and in 1848-1855 under the leadership of Ivane Arjevanidze, the monastery was restored.
For a long time, a Divine-Made image brought by St Anton of Martkopi from Edessa was stored at the monastery. But in 1395 it was lost during the Tamerlane invasion.
The most sacred place of the monastery is the tomb of St Anton of Martkopi, which has been preserved to this day and is considered miraculous. East of the monastery there is a tower where evidently resided the saint.
Famous dates of renowned people of Georgia are associated with the monastery. In this cathedral was married Alexander Chavchavadze, father of Ekaterine Dadiani – the last Queen of Samegrelo, and Nina Chavchavadze Griboedova.
Residents: monks and novices