Sunday, May 8, 2011
Alex MacLean’s American LandscapePublished in Blog
If you happen to be in San Francisco in the next two months you're in luck: one of my favorite photographers is having an exhibition of new work at the Robert Koch Gallery. Alex MacLean, an architect turned pilot turned aerial photographer with a penchant for photographing the places where man's world intersects with the natural world, makes interesting images full of meaning that are also intensely beautiful. If you can't make the show, check out a sampling of the work online, and consider picking up one of his many wonderful books filled with his aerial photography of the American Landscape.
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