Important: please keep your image under 700 pixels on the longest side for in-line viewing, and please keep the FILE SIZE UNDER 300kb. Note that this includes photos hosted off-site (at Flickr, Photobucket, your own site, etc). Are you new to this thread? The general guidelines for these Wednesday threads are right here:http://www.photo.net/nikon-camera-forum/00W7km. This forum's moderators are allowing up to three images per week, so share some work!Hello Nikonistas, and a good Wednesday to all. Some of you in the US may have encountered Flat Stanley once in a while. My first encounter with him was just in the last few weeks, when we received Stanley himself (colored in various shades of pink!) from the kindergarten-attending daughter of some friends who live half a continent away. Her class read a book of Stanley's adventures, and then mailed his two dimensional clones out to folks who might take him along for new ones, shoot some photos, and send him back with tales to tell. People who know me can probably sense what's coming. After some stewing on it, we decided to take him to one of our state's historic old one-room schoolhouses, and to combine that back-in-time visit with a bit of cutting edge 21st-century-ness. So of course I put Stanley on a camera drone, and took him for a 10 minute treetop tour of the old structure. Here, he's on the ground, having safely completed his mission. I'm hoping that I'll get a gold star from the kindergarten teacher at St. Agnes in South Dakota. Sure, the people with the frequently flyer garden gnomes are more worldly, but how many Flat Stanleys have co-piloted a hexacopter? Taken any oddball shots that someone else talked you into? Share!