YouTube user rbb2718, an “amateur aerial videographer and aspiring writer,” recently posted a video of amazing footage of Auburn’s campus shot from what appears to be (after you spot the shadow) a small drone helicopter that at one point actually takes you inside a building.
But the best part—or most poignant, especially with David Gray’s “Say Hello Wave Goodbye” serving as the soundtrack—comes a little after the two minute mark, as he zeroes in on Toomer’s Corner. Curious onlookers watch as the thing almost enters the barren canopy of the Toomer’s Oaks.
It’s pretty cool.
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