While our soon-to-be retail overlords have some pretty big plans for drones, so far the contraptions have really only been good for three things: annoying your neighbours, smuggling drugs into prisons, and bombing people from great heights.
Artist Reuben Wu is changing that just a little. By affixing a powerful light to a GPS-enabled drone and piloting it around various remote landscapes, the Chicago-based photographer is able to create images that look like halos on his long-exposure camera. Because why the hell not.
Image: Reuben Wu