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 is not an atypically beautiful “view from the office” that we (my pilot and I) enjoy enroute to and from assignments.
It is true that our assignments-particularly the forensic assignments-lack the aesthetics and romance of what we see in transit, but they can be (and are…) very intriguing in their own ways.
It looks worse than it actually is: I” drove it” before “flying it,” and from the ground it’s perfectly intuitive (to my way of thinking).
The Mindoka Dam project is simply incredible. We’re shooting it again on Saturday, 7/12, at which time it may be operational.
Sometimes I’ll just make comments on an image for the sake of Search Engine favoritism: Twin Falls, wastewater, construction, Snake River, aerial photograph. Like that!
Not many ever see the “back side” of the enormous (!) Simplot Plant in Pocatello: it’s so large and so much higher than the Interstate that it’s not obvious how expansive the site actually is. This aerial view is to the northeast.
BYU-Idaho has a gorgeous campus. There’s quite a bit of student housing being built-and by “quite a bit” I mean at least a thousand units under construction presently.
Cives Steel liked our construction progress imaging so much they asked us to do their own completion portfolio. This is on the east side of State Highway 20 just south of Rigby.
My old haunts: Idaho Falls. The wastewater treatment plant is adjacent to the Snake River south of town, and is being expanded.
This image was captured during the winter (obviously-note the snow on the ground), but the harsh light produces a very “pretty” result at the right angles.
Chobani is on the southeast side of Twin Falls, but this image (viewing southeast) shows the northwest side of town with the College of Central Idaho near center frame. This is a very “hot” Commercial Real Estate area, thanks in part to the new WalMart, St. Luke’s Magic Valley Regional Medical Center, the new Canyon Ridge High School, etc. Note the snow still on the distant mountains in May.
CEO, Idaho Airships, Inc. Certified Master Aerial Photographer. Adobe Certified Expert: Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Flash, Web Specialist, Video Specialist. Certified Level III Thermographer. Trained LiDAR Operator.
CEO, Idaho Airships. Inc. Certified Master Aerial Photographer. Adobe Certified Expert: Photoshop, Flash Professional, Premiere Pro. Adobe Certified Expert Video Specialist and Web Specialist. Certified Level III Thermographer. Trained LiDAR Operator.