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Aerial Perspectives by Alex MacLean – in pictures.

By   31st January 2014.    Find Article Here:-

Taken from 5,000 feet above the earth in a Cessna aeroplane, Alex MacLean’s photographs document humanity’s footprint on the natural world. His unique perspective can be seen at his first-ever London show which opens at Beetles + Huxley on 3 March and runs until 29 March.

Bathers in wave pool, Orlando, Florida, USA 1999
Bathers in wave pool, Orlando, Florida, US, 1999
B-52 Bone Yard, Tuscon, Arizona, USA
B-52 Bone Yard, Tuscon, Arizona, US, 1993
Dinghies clustered around dock, Duxbury, Massachusetts, USA 1993
Dinghies clustered around dock, Duxbury, Massachusetts, US, 1993
Desert housing block, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA 2009
Desert housing block, Las Vegas, Nevada, US, 2009
The Jolly Roger Amusement Park, Ocean City, Maryland, USA 2011
The Jolly Roger Amusement Park, Ocean City, Maryland, US, 2011
Over ramps, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA 2008
Over ramps, Albuquerque, New Mexico, US, 2008
Flower fields, Lompoc, california, USA 2013
Flower fields, Lompoc, California, US, 2013
Shipping containers, Portsmouth, Virginia, USA 2011
Shipping containers, Portsmouth, Virginia, US, 2011
Bay Channel, Fremont, California, USA 1984
Bay Channel, Fremont, California, US, 1984
Staking out territory, Livorno, Italy 2007
Staking out territory, Livorno, Italy, 2007
Golf oasis in desert hills, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA 2009
Golf oasis in desert hills, Las Vegas, Nevada, US, 2009
Brightly painted houses, Burano, Italy 2010
Brightly painted houses, Burano, Italy, 2010
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