Drone Photos

| By Brett King |

Take in the beauty of Clermont from above with these captivating drone photos.

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Clermont was once blanketed with orange groves. Although much has changed, you can still ride the dirt roads and whiff the oranges on a short trip to South Clermont. Photo taken Jan. 14, 2018.
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Just off S. Highway 27 lies a magical tree design that can only be seen from the sky. Captured on Jan. 14, 2018 in South Clermont. 
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Lake pictures always look better during golden hour. This one was captured Jan. 10, 2018 above the majestic Lake Minnehaha.
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The National Training Center is a world-class fitness facility that attracts professional athletes. Here’s an overhead shot of its track and field, observed Oct. 12, 2017.
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Downtown Clermont was established in 1884. Take in its mix of lush green spaces and development during a Sunday Farmer’s Market on Oct. 15, 2017. Lake Minneola is seen in the background.
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Clermont is a wonderful town to raise a family in. Any time of year, you can gather at the lake and enjoy a picturesque sunset like this one, captured Sept. 9, 2017 at Lake Minnehaha.
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Clermont used to be covered in orange groves like this one near Highway 27 and Lake Louisa State park, photographed on Sept. 25, 2017.
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Clermont is the Choice of Champions for amenities like its world-renowned softball fields and the National Training Center, attracting Olympians in our back yard. Pictured, a water tower dons Clermont’s slogan over a view of Highway 50 on Oct. 13, 2017.
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Jet skiers enjoy a ride on Lake Minneola, one of Clermont’s three main lakes, on Oct. 15, 2017. Rowing, wakeboarding and tubing are among other water activities people partake in here.

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The sun rises over what’s left of Clermont’s orange groves off S. Highway 27 in June 2017.
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Clermont’s famous historical land mark, the Citrus Tower, stands tall as the sun sets in July 2017.
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The sun sets over Lake Minnehaha on Sept. 9, 2017, just two days before the eye of Hurricane Irma hits Clermont.

unnamed.jpgBrett King is a Clermont resident and a freelance drone pilot, Captain.Drone. The aspiring commercial airline pilot is studying professional pilot science at Polk State College.

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