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Bartering for a Flight Aboard the Eureka

The only thing I can think of better than flying around taking pictures of a zeppelin would be to actually ...

Encounter With A Zeppelin

In January of 2010, Todd emailed me to let me know that a real life Zeppelin called the "Eureka" would ...

The "New" Point Loma Light House from 500Ft

San Diego has been blessed with not just one, but two light houses. The "new" Point Loma Lighthouse is perhaps ...

Wonderful Old Landmark - New Perspective

Flying further south to the end of Point Loma as the sunset nears, a beautiful soft light filters over the ...

My First Aerial Client

In 2009 I had begun sharing some of my aerial photos on Facebook and also at my photoblog DailyFrame. I ...

Things I Would Never Know...

...unless I happened to be flying directly over the Hotel Del Coronado...or, maybe clicked HERE I guess looking at the ...

Crystal Pier and Pacific Beach

Crystal Pier has been a San Diego icon for decades. It was originally opened in 1927, and it is easily ...

Mt Soledad Cross Overlooking San Diego Skyline

Our flight path often takes us from Gillespie field westward toward the coast where we can transition north or south. ...

A California Icon - Palomar Observatory

The Aerial San Diego Project was born in 2009 after I placed a free ad in Craigslist. I had no ...

Closer Still - Zooming In on The Carnival Elation

Shooting with a image stabilized long lens from the air is a challenge to be sure, but if you have ...

Overlooking The Cruise Terminal

Flying in a tiny R22 with Corporate Helicopters, I spot the Carnival Elation just before it headed out for a ...

The Giant Dipper - An Obvious Target From The Air

The Mission Beach Roller Coaster was built in 1925 and dubbed the “Giant Dipper.” It is one of two remaining ...

About the "Project"

The Aerial San Diego Project is an idea that started as a little rock in my shoe the day I ...

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