I often go back through past jobs that I have stored in my archives and will come across an image that I may have missed or not really thought much of at the time and I see it in a whole new light. This image, which can be found in the aerial section of my website is actually a shot taken from a plane as we were coming in from our decent from a commercial aerial flight. As we flew in over a marsh of 12 foot high swamp grass chutes, I snapped this image. Upon first looking at it, it appears to be simply a shot taken of a lawn at eye level. But upon closer inspection, you can see that the perspective and depth is just a little different to simply just be a shot of that. It was taken from roughly 800 feet above and just the simple pattern, the muted color and intricate detail of every blade of each plant is what drew me to it. * Due to the vast amount of detail in a lot of these images on my site, especially the aerial images, the file sizes can be quite large, thus resulting in a slightly longer load time on some images. This is done at the expense of speed, as I would rather show the detail and quality of the image, so if some images take a moment more to load than others, please be patient.