Sunflower Fields of Sanborn, NY | Drone Video
Dan Oshier Productions visited the Sunflowers of Sanborn, NY showing an aerial tour of the fields by drone in the early morning.
(From The Buffalo News Gusto article by Ben Tsujimoto. (Published August 10, 2018)
In 2017, the Danielewicz Farm was not prepared to host a social media phenomenon.
Thanks primarily to Instagram's popularity and a selfie-centered generation, more than 2,000 people visited the Sanborn farm last summer to frolic in a field of blooming, yellow sunflowers. Artsy selfie photos were just the start, fueling the viral craze that briefly made Sanborn the place to go. Couples and families soon caught the fear of missing out, trekking to experience the glorious field for themselves and make sure their social media followers knew that they, too, had taken advantage of the fleeting natural backdrop.
The best part of last year was the stories, the testimonials, remarked Sunflowers of Sanborn events coordinator Deanna Przepiora. [The field] was both cheery and peaceful, they'd say. It was the perfect place to get away, to decompress. They'd say how we brought joy to them.
Excited to improve visitors' experience and take more safety precautions, the three-person team of farm owners Chad and Louise Brachmann, plus Przepiora, Chad's sister, has plotted out a busy summer for the new crop of vibrant yellow plants.
Sunflowers of Sanborn opens to the public at 11 a.m. Aug. 11 at 3311 Saunders Settlement Road, Sanborn. Gates to the sunflowers open at 8 a.m. daily for exploration, but hours for concessions, the mini town and kids activities will be from 4 p.m. to dusk Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
The farm is free to visit, and parking is free. The sunflower field is expected to remain open through the second weekend in September.
A new setup
Last year, the Danielewicz Farm sunflower field was not positioned to accommodate throngs of curious visitors.
Anxious to snap photos by the roughly six-foot-tall plants, many drivers parked near or at the intersection of Baer Road and Route 31, congesting an already busy thoroughfare and creating unsafe situations.
For 2018, then, the Brachmanns planted their roughly 1,000 sunflower seeds 500 feet away from last year's field, leaving space for a 100-spot dirt parking lot.
As Chad Brachmann explained in the video, the farm has staggered when the sunflowers bloom, which means visitors might not witness a scene like this article's featured photo on the first weekend.
But, the owners did experiment with new seeds; sharp reds and oranges will be intermingled among the piercing yellows. Should visitors want to take a sunflower home, there's a separate field for picking and a barn for trimming, Przepiora noted.
While the flowers were planted from late May into early June, the area's exceedingly dry July challenged the farmers, forcing them to trust an irrigation system to properly nourish the plants.
Explore the Town
Working with Hahn's Ponds and Niagara Lawn & Garden Equipment, Sunflowers of Sanborn will introduce a mini town, with a Western theme, consisting of five huts stationed behind the sunflower field. A general store, creamery, cafe with grilled hot dogs and burgers, and a sunflower-based novelty shop with garden trinkets are among the attractions.
Przepiora highlighted the Gem Mine, a special area for kids. After purchasing a bag of sand ($6, or two for $10), kids can pour the contents of their bag into a basket with small holes. Water from a waterfall then rushes through the basket, removing the sand and unveiling roughly 20-25 brightly colored gems.
Guests may purchase and decorate a rock to place under the Tree of Hope; proceeds benefit the Breast Cancer Network of Western New York.
Special Events at the Field
Three special events have been scheduled for the month.
*Crafters in the Field, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 18 and 19. More than 60 vendors - mostly artists and craftsmen - will set up in the sunflower fields, which gives attendees something to do other than take pictures.
*Sunrise Yoga, 8 a.m. Aug. 25. An hour of yoga in the sunflower fields is followed by a chance to explore the farm.
*Food Trucks in the Field, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 1. Ten trucks are scheduled to participate, including Ms. Judi's, Just Pizza, The Cheesecake Guy, Hawaiian BBQ, J&L Boulevard BBQ, The Salad Bar, Dirty Bird and Coyote Cafe.
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New England fall foliage Mount Mansfield, Stowe town, Vermont USA
New England fall foliage Mount Mansfield, Stowe town, Vermont USA
Vermont, New England, USA
Autumn Fall Foliage
Peak foliage color in capital city of Montpelier and the Stowe Mountain area region of Vermont in 2016 took place on the weekend of October 8th 2016
Foliage color generally starts to change in the higher, cooler areas of the Green Mountains, spreading down into the Lake Champlain Valley and Connecticut River Valley, and moving from north to south across the state. The exact timing of the color change varies from year to year, based on the weather.
Vermont is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States. It borders the other U.S. states of Massachusetts to the south, New Hampshire to the east, New York to the west, and the Canadian province of Quebec to the north.
As of 2015, Vermont continued to be the leading producer of maple syrup in the U.S.
Tourism is an important industry to the state. Some of the largest ski areas in New England are located in Vermont.
Summer visitors tour resort towns like Stowe, Manchester, Quechee, Wilmington and Woodstock.
Vermont facts and symbols
State Flag - Flag of Vermont
State Beverage - Milk
State Bird - Hermit Thrush
State Butterfly - Monarch Butterfly
State Capital - Montpelier
State Cold Water Fish - Brook Trout
State Flavor - Maple
State Flower - Red Clover
State Fruit - Apple
State Motto - Freedom and Unity
State Name Origin - Origin of Vermont French explorer Samuel de Champlain called the Green Mountains of Vermont Verd Mont (green mountain) on his 1647 map.
State Nickname - The Green Mountain State
State Rock - Marble
State Song - These Green Mountains
State Tree - Sugar Maple
About the tour
2-Days Springfield, Montpelier Vermont Maple tour from New York
Tour Code: 755-4783
Booked through TakeTours
Service provided by L & L Travel
The Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden in Springfield, Massachusetts
Riverdale Shops lunch break in West Springfield, Massachusetts
Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks in Montpelier, Vermont
Scenic New England Fall Foliage bus drive through Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont
Diner break and shopping in South Burlington Vermont
Holiday Inn Burlington overnight stay in South Burlington Vermont
Quechee Gorge in Hartford, Vermont
Montpelier, the capital of Vermont
Vermont State House in Montpelier, Vermont
Stowe Mountain gondola skyride in Stowe, Vermont
Ben & Jerry's Factory in Waterbury, Vermont
West Lebanon, New Hampshire lunch break
Connecticut - Welcome Center visit
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Buffalo Drone Tours | Winter in Buffalo, NY | Delaware Park
Take an Aerial View of Winter in Buffalo, NY's Delaware Park!!!
Amazing winter scenery seen from above with Dan Oshier Productions.
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Filmed with GoPro Hero 4 Black & DJI Phantom
Delaware Park–Front Park System is a historic park system and national historic district located in the northern and western sections of Buffalo in Erie County, New York. The park system was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, developed between 1868 and 1876.
Delaware Park: It is the centerpiece of the Buffalo, New York parks system and located in the North Buffalo neighborhood. The 376-acre (152 ha) park was named simply The Park by Olmsted; it was later renamed Delaware Park because of its proximity to Delaware Avenue, Buffalo's mansion row. It is divided into two areas: the 243-acre (98 ha) Meadow Park on the east and the 133-acre (54 ha) Water Park, with what was originally a 43-acre (17 ha) lake (Gala Water), on the west. The 12-acre (4.9 ha) ravine and picnic grove on the south side of the lake comprise a subdivision of the latter. A widening of Scajaquada Creek, which flows westward through the park, is called Hoyt Lake (originally Mirror Lake). The lake was a feature during the Pan-American Exposition. The Scajaquada Expressway bisects the park west to east.
The Albright-Knox Art Gallery occupies the park's western edge, overlooking Hoyt Lake, and the Buffalo History Museum is situated on its northern edge, overlooking Scajaquada Creek. The park is also home to a noted replica of Michelangelo's David. The park is home to Shakespeare in Delaware Park, a summer tradition since the mid-1970s, and the second largest free outdoor Shakespeare festival in the United States (after New York City's). It is also the location of the Buffalo Zoo on the east side of Meadow Park. The park also has a golf course, four baseball diamonds, tennis courts, and a few soccer fields.
Contributing structures are: Caretakers Cottage (1889);
Lincoln Parkway Bridge (1900),designed by Green and Wicks; Rose Garden Pergola (1912); Stone Bridge (ca. 1887), the only remaining structure from the original Olmsted plan; Parkside Lodge (1914); Rumsey Shelter House (1900); Main Zoo Building (1935-1940); Shelter House (ca. 1900); and Elephant House (ca. 1912). Located adjacent to the park are the Parkside East Historic District and Parkside West Historic District, both added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
Filmed and edited by Dan Oshier
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A Thousand Years written by CHRISTINA PERRI, DAVID HODGES
Published by SUMMIT BASE CAMP FILM MUSIC, EMI BLACKWOOD MUSIC INC, CHRISTINA PERRI D/B/A MISS PERRI LANE PUBLISHING
Arrangement produced by Jon Schmidt
Arrangement written by Al van der Beek, Jon Schmidt, & Steven Sharp Nelson
Performed by Jon Schmidt: piano
Steven Sharp Nelson: acoustic cello, & cello-percussion
Music recorded, mixed & mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studio
Piano was recorded and edited at big idea studios by jake Bowen
Video produced by Paul Anderson & Tel Stewart
Buffalo Drone Tours | Glowing City Lights
The Buffalo, NY city skyline looks AMAZING at twilight! But, in the Winter with the added glow from the snow cover, it really Shines! Don't miss what we're up to next. SUBSCRIBE to keep up!
Downtown Buffalo, NY Aerial Winter Tour Flying the DJI Inspire and Mavic Pro drones. It was a bit cold, but fun to film all the same...
Filmed early mornings 15 minutes before sunrise and 15 minutes after sunset.
A Frozen Buffalo, New York Winter video production by Dan Oshier productions.
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Best of Hampton, NH
Welcome to Hampton, NH!
Hampton is a town in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 14,976 at the 2010 census. Located beside the Atlantic Ocean, Hampton is home to Hampton Beach, a summer tourist destination.
The densely populated central settlement of the town, where 9,656 people resided at the 2010 census, is defined as the Hampton census-designated place (CDP) and is centered on the intersection of U.S. 1 and NH 27.
Business' Featured in this video!
Established in 2012 and named after the late Kay Tinios, Kay’s Cafe offers a warm and inviting atmosphere perfect for your morning coffee or to catch up with friends and family. Guest Wi-Fi and a relaxed setting provide the perfect backdrop for your next business meeting. In addition to your cafe favorites, Kay’s offers a breakfast menu as well as a wide variety of cakes, pastries, and desserts. An eclectic mix of unique gifts, cards, and books, makes Kay’s the perfect One-stop shop for gift-giving and celebrations of all kinds.
The Juice Box has opened with a dedication of bringing health and wellness to you in the form of fresh, homemade juices, smoothies, wraps, coffee, and tea.
Nearly a century ago, an Apple Train ran its weekly route from the heart of Boston to the rolling orchards of Applecrest Farm. People mostly drive here now, but the farm remains as New Hampshire's oldest and largest apple orchard. It's the oldest continuously-operated in America. Four generations of the Wagner family have worked this land, dedicated to their simple mission of sustainably growing the finest fruit and vegetables available.
Visit Applecrest today and discover a bounty of grown-on-the-farm delights, including over 40 varieties of apples, peaches, berries, sweet corn, pumpkins and an array of summer vegetables. Beneath the timbers of a 200 year-old barn, find jugs of our all-natural apple cider, made-from-scratch confectioneries (including our famous hot cider donuts) and an array of other locally produced farm goods.
Sanborn’s Fine Candies, since 1957 – The first Chocolate Shop on the internet where you can create your very own assortment of your favorite chocolate selections.
Sanborn’s Fine Candies Voted “Seacoast’s Best Candy Shop” was awarded as having the best Dark Chocolate in the State of NH.
Built in 1740, this family-run restaurant provides the highest quality food that is sure to satisfy any palate. Fresh seafood is our specialty, including boiled lobster, an incredible New England clambake, and the catch of the day from nearby fishermen. Don't forget to try our award-winning clam chowder!
For the land lovers, we offer a wide variety of mouth-watering USDA choice steaks, cooked just the way you like, along with some great chicken dishes. Our pasta selections include delicious Italian cuisine served with salad, garlic bread and of course, your favorite wine. We happily consider the special needs of our guests, including vegetarian and food allergy accomodations. We offer an extensive gluten-free menu and smoke-free dining rooms.
Our nautical tavern is the perfect spot for gathering with family or friends. Catch up on the latest sporting events on our high-definition TV's, savor our domestic and imported draft beers, or just kick back and relax with some casual late-night dining.
At the Community Oven we're passionate about supporting children's programs, local charities, and products created right here in our local region. The “Community” Oven isn't just a name - its part of our mission to be actively involved in the Seacoast community and support local business.
For more than two decades, our mission at Smuttynose has remained simple: to brew the best beer we can in a way we can be proud of. That includes honoring New England’s rich history of beermaking, respecting our environment and playing an active role in our community.
We value creativity and quality, authenticity and sustainability, but at the end of the day, it really boils down to making great beers to be enjoyed with family and friends. We hope you love drinking our beers as much as we love brewing them. Cheers!
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