We chartered a helicopter from Horseshoe Canyon, and as beautiful as the views were from the ground, seeing the badlands from the air was absolutely spectacular. Coincidentally, I had just been in the area a couple weeks prior exploring Rosebud and the Hoo Doos near Drumheller.
I was sat in the back of the helicopter with the side door removed so that my view would be unobstructed. It was a flashback to the last time I shot aerial photography when I first started with Stream Media back in 2008 - that was quite the adventure too. After our flight, Phil and I were both buzzing about the experience. Despite all of the collaboration on our exhibition, this was a pretty amazing way to kick off our first time working together professionally.
And while it is incredibly cliche, I can't deny that this is how the experience played out in my mind. I've maybe watched a few too many Vietnam war movies.
|A rare snap of me in action.|
|Side door off.|