NJ Pinelands – The higher Perspective
Yesterday’s Hike and Fine Art Photo shoot was inspired by the great pine lands photographer Albert Horner photo of “Big Bend of the Mullica River”. I started out late, about high noon, the temperature was 94 degrees, and high humidity, not a great day for hike or photography.
I had been to that area in 2005 with the photographer Steve Greer and fell in love with Quaker bridge road where I took a lot of my earlier work. It felt like I was coming home, very great feeling and a direct perception to the natural world.
The big different was I was going to do aerial work which will give me an unseen view point. I like the fact that I can only guess at what the mages will look like, much of the time I’m always surprised by the unseen world from a higher altitude. Each flight of my DJI 3 Phantom gives me more confidence and better pictures. Here is a few aerial photographs from 98ft, enjoy.
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