August 19th is National Photo Day, the perfect day to showcase PBF team member and photographer, Ebonny and her work.
“I’ve had a camera in my hands since I could walk, back in the Kodak disposable
camera era and it’s a passion that’s stayed in my blood and developed along with
me and with the progression of technology it utilises. After sustaining a spinal cord
injury in 2017, my paralysis greatly impacted my ability to continue my career in the
same capacity. So I took to the skies and invested in a DJI Mavic Pro 2 drone to
ignite my love for photography once more and re-discover the world from a new
and incredibly exciting perspective that doesn’t particularly need working legs as a
pre-requisite in someone’s ability to getting great shots.”
— Ebonny McGann
Linga Longa Estate, Southhampton
Pink salt lake, Port Gregory
Glass-out, Abrolhos Islands
Drone globe panorama of cityscape at night, Fremantle
Drone globe panorama of wildflowers, Coalseam Conservation Park
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National Photo Day
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