If you've ever snuck off somewhere with your partner for some sexy-time, you've probably felt that fear or perhaps the rush of possibly getting caught. A new drone-shot video speaks to to that concern, drone privacy issues, and shows that you might look better than you thought.

The video drone is finally being used for something that seems like a natural progression — aerial pornography. "Drone Boning" provides a birds-eye view of couples doing the deed in remote, scenic locations in northern California like on a farm, at the beach and in a vineyard.

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Governments have banned drones in places like national parks, and around stadiums and airports, but drone usage continues to skyrocket, as does the concern about personal privacy. The video's creator, Brandon Laganke told Motherboard:

"We wanted to explore the whole idea of drone privacy and strikes—this idea of 'make porn, not war.' It started as a kind of funny commentary on privacy and voyeurism, but it quickly became a conceptual grounding. The plan was to take beautiful landscapes, and just put people fucking in them."

Laganke said the film wasn't shot to be "porn," but rather an evaluation of the potential artistic perspective. He added, "I would never shoot a real porn like this. If you can't masturbate to it, man, it's not a good pornography film." Whatever the reasoning behind it, it does provoke some thought for those who think they've found a private, intimate location by showing that perhaps we're not really alone after all.