Jason has specialized in aerial photography since 1991, is based just outside London in the UK, and works worldwide. He shoots from single days for architectural visualisation companies to organising multi shoot ads for large ad agencies, annual reports, and even whole image libraries for branding agencies, working all over the world and organising all helicopters, production and permits needed.
The full Moon closest to the northern autumnal equinox is coming this week. Don’t miss the Harvest Moon.
With plans to have man set foot on the Moon again in 2019 we thought you’d enjoy 10 incredible facts about the moon.
The photo shows the remains of a high altitude balloon just after it burst far above the Thessalian Plain of northern Greece. This was Greece’s first suborbital photography project. The project that launched the balloon is referred to as SlaRos (Tesla,Ikaros); the mission is called Stratonauts. Mount Olympus is beneath the clouds at top left – to the left of the balloon is the Aegean Sea.
The world is cluttered with so many different creatures — some cute, some scary and some just plainly bizarre. However, the animals of today have nothing on the creatures that lived on Earth during prehistoric times. From miniature bird looking rodents to the behemoths beneath the waves, these are the 25 strangest prehistoric creatures to roam the Earth.
View the most stunning photos in 2013, from National Geographic.