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Martha Stewart Let a Drone Take Pictures of Her Huge Farm

Martha Stewart
Martha Stewart attends Health Fest 2014 at The Palace At Somerset Park on June 30, 2014 in Somerset, New Jersey. Bobby Bank—WireImage

She's a big fan of drones

Martha Stewart seems to have a love-hate relationship with technology. She went on a Twitter rant last year when Apple didn’t send a rep to her house to fix her broken iPad. But the homemaking queen loves drones, in case you didn’t know. Earlier this year she gushed to Vanity Fair about how she could control the devices with her iPhone to take “wonderful aerial photographs” of her massive farm in Bedford, New York.

Stewart’s now showing off her drones’ handiwork, publishing more than 30 pictures taken with a DJI Phantom drone. A vibrant sunrise, rolling pastures and rows and rows of crops are all featured in the gallery.

“Controversial but fabulous, drones do a good job,” Stewart wrote on Twitter.

See the drone pictures for yourself on Stewart’s personal blog.

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