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The green river of Maumee

ProMedica Frogtown rowers cut through algae

By Hanssel Martinez-Guerra, Staff Photojournalist

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While attending the ProMedica Frogtown Regatta on Saturday to watch my friend Louie Thaman compete, I had the idea to use my Phantom 3 drone to capture the event from a different perspective.

When I arrived to the Maumee River in Downtown Toledo, I noticed the water was very green and dirty. There was weird green algae in the river, and it looked very bad and contaminated. I stood at the base of the Anthony Wayne Bridge and prepared my drone to fly so I could take photos showing the rowers cutting through the algae.

I have been working with drones for about two years. I bought my drone because I wanted to produce music videos, provide publicity for companies, and also shoot documentaries in my country of Guatemala.

Rowers slice through algae during the ProMedica Frogtown Regatta in Downtown Toledo. OUTLOOK/Hanssel Martinez-Guerra

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