Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

April 30, 2013 | in Photography

American photographer Alex McLean is fond of aerial photography for almost 40 years now, ever since he became the owner of a Cessna 182 aircraft and got a pilot license in the year 1975.

In today’s post, we have a selection of his farmland photos. Alex spent, at least, six thousand of flight hours shooting farmland. For the author there is nothing better to do than to watch the bird’s eye view of landscapes underneath him. Alex McLean lives in a small town of Lincoln, Nebraska. One photo session takes him two to three hours.

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean

Aerial Photography of Farmland by Alex McLean
Photo by Alex McLean

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