SHARE: Bird’s eye view of the frozen Fraser

During the recent “big freeze” in late December, Lou Fasullo had an opportunity to send a drone about 75 feet up in the air and snap some aerial shots of the partially frozen Fraser River, including sections of Brae Island and Bedford Channel. (Special to Langley Advance Times)During the recent “big freeze” in late December, Lou Fasullo had an opportunity to send a drone about 75 feet up in the air and snap some aerial shots of the partially frozen Fraser River, including sections of Brae Island and Bedford Channel. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
During the recent “big freeze” in late December, Lou Fasullo had an opportunity to send a drone about 75 feet up in the air and snap some aerial shots of the partially frozen Fraser River, including sections of Brae Island and Bedford Channel. (Special to Langley Advance Times)During the recent “big freeze” in late December, Lou Fasullo had an opportunity to send a drone about 75 feet up in the air and snap some aerial shots of the partially frozen Fraser River, including sections of Brae Island and Bedford Channel. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
During the recent “big freeze” in late December, Lou Fasullo had an opportunity to send a drone about 75 feet up in the air and snap some aerial shots of the partially frozen Fraser River, including sections of Brae Island and Bedford Channel. (Special to Langley Advance Times)During the recent “big freeze” in late December, Lou Fasullo had an opportunity to send a drone about 75 feet up in the air and snap some aerial shots of the partially frozen Fraser River, including sections of Brae Island and Bedford Channel. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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