Here's a look at my place in the snow. Note the hay bales arranged as smiley faces... You can also see the problem of packed ice on the roads- you can go from clear where there road was in the sun to covered faster than you can react if you drive too fast.
This is a 1920x1080 video cut down to 1280x720. The 1280x720 is what the drone operator sees on their iPad when flying. This cut also reduced the video size for 750 MB to 170 MB. The full 1920x1080 recorded on board the drone is incredible detail.
This also shows how a drone could be useful in local area land Search and Rescue during the 5-ish months out of the year when there are no leaves on the trees. And in the snow, it gets even better. You can see tracks in the snow where someone drone a 4-wheeler, and you could see where someone walked. BTW, the integration of the location of responders on the ground as an overlay onto the video is my current software project. I already have the ability to show the drone location and show areas searched on a Google map working. My little tracking project that's gone on for 5 years now...