Aerial Photography in Rexburg, Idaho Falls, Pocatello, and Twin Falls, Idaho, Spring and Summer, 2014
We're very excited to see the vigor in eastern and southern Idaho industrial communities. Honestly-Idaho is beautiful-and the argument can be made that we should be paying rather than getting paid to do what we do...
This spring we were once again overwhelmed with work-all over the western United States-but that's not a complaint!
The title is misleading: it's actually an image composed of over 2,000 separate aerial photographs captured during construction.
We've been overwhelmed this summer: this is our first post in over 5 months.
There is currently a tremendous amount of Commercial Real Estate and Infrastructure Construction in Twin Falls, Idaho.
It's very encouraging to see so much new construction in Pocatello, Idaho Falls, and Rexburg: numerous primary schools, bridges and interchanges, and industrial projects are active.
Aerial Photography of Details of Construction Progress In and Around Downtown Boise, Idaho, April, 2013
There are certain details of construction projects that are simply not visible from the ground. Here are some answers courtesy of aerial photography.
Here are some of the more interesting (to my way of thinking) images from this winter.
We didn't get our "White Christmas" in Boise this year-but there is plenty of snow only a few hundred feet out of the valley.
Here's a selection of notable subjects in Boise, Meridian, Eagle, and Twin Falls during the months of November and December, 2012. There's a special interest aerial from Twin Falls, too...