Week #17 – Pootanup Aerials

Recently I was offered the fantastic opportunity to take to the sky with Simon Shuttleworth from the Albany Hang Gliding Club.    Strapped into a microlight aircraft over a 15,000 acre farm north of the Stirling Ranges, the original brief was to photograph hang gliders doing their ‘thing’.   When you are more than 5000 feet in the air it becomes hard to resist the shapes the the land below presents from this unique perspective.  These are a selection of the images I captured looking down.

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