Thursday, April 22, 2010

Alex MacLean

Alex MacLean


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Alex MacLean, Flower Fields, Carlsbad, California


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Alex MacLean, Tracks of Tomatoes in Fields, North Central, Ohio


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Alex MacLean, Algae Between Logs, Longview, Washington


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Alex MacLean, Wheat Strips Run Perpendicular to the Prevailing Wind, Conrad Area, Montana


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Alex MacLean, Stream Interrupts the Harvest Pattern, Cache Valley Area, Utah


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Alex MacLean, Mustard Field, Upstate, New York


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Alex MacLean, Patch of Trees in Field, Southern New Hampshire


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Alex MacLean, Winnowed Hay Fields, Browns Corners, Vermont


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Alex MacLean, Community Garden Plots, Boston, Massachusetts


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Alex MacLean, Rice Field, Davis, California


Alex MacLean

29 comments:

Melanie's Randomness said...

Oh woa! Theses are so beautiful they almost look fake & photoshopped!! I love the first one!

Alisa said...

I would love to be able to see these, from this perspective, in person.

Down and Out Chic said...

wow, perfect earth day images! that flower field is amazing.

The Cottage Cheese said...

These are the most beautiful aerial photographs I've ever seen. Stunning! The make me feel serene. I could stare at each of them for hours...

bananas. said...

Wow...

So much beauty on this earth. You would never guess that those same rice fields in davis have the aroma of cow dung thanks to all the nearby cow farms.

Former aggie right here so i would know.

Happy earth day friend!

Char said...

oh man...i love all of these

Caroline said...

So beautiful...*sigh* Nice to see on Earth Day! :)

...love Maegan said...

wowowowowowowOWOW! These are so pretty. I love them ...I still don't know what to hang in our master bedroom ...stumped. Not sure why this reminded me of that though lol!

Dancing Branflake said...

I love the country garden plots! And I live twenty minutes from Davis. How funny.

JenRem said...

I love his work. Always so amazing. Thanks for sharing :)

Iva said...

OMGOMGOMG!! I want one of each. I adore these. so perfect!! The first one is incredible!!! HAPPY EARTH DAY!! omg. did I say I love these? AMAZING!!

TERI REES WANG said...

I think I like the feeling of being high, and looking low.

Brooke said...

What? No majestic Iowa cornfields? I'm shocked ;) These are so pretty. I love flying over different landscapes.

Phoenix said...

The shot of the algae between logs - amazing! And re: your comment on my blog - I think you are incredibly intelligent. Never doubt yourself for not thinking the way that everyone else does or not seeing what everyone else does. That's what makes you YOU. ;)

creative kerfuffle said...

i LOVE photographs like this. any time i fly and look out the window i see such patterns and beauty and wish i could capture it on film--and this guy has done so beautifully. thanks!

Christy said...

These photographs really are amazingly beautiful! I'm gonna have to re-post that first one as my homage to Earth Day! So perfectly perfect.

Thanks for sharing!

web development said...

regular things from up high look pretty amazing. I definitely have to check out some more of Alex MacLean's work.

~KS said...

That first picture is just amazing... I love it!!

caroline @ patagonia gifts said...

oh wow so lovely fields! thanks for your sweet comment today, darling! hope you're having a beautiful day! xo

Chic 'n Cheap Living said...

Oh the colors! Love them!

Diana said...

They look like paintings, not photographs!

Asylum Dolly said...

Fascinating! It's really strange to see the land from the air- especially when patterns and "designs" can be observed! The colours in that first one are amazing.

Karisa Tells All said...

I think my philosophy of art professor would have a field day with this (pun intended). It's art, but only to those who have a helicopter! Or maybe the photos are the art...

Jill said...

The garden plots make me happy!

Kitty Stampede said...

Wow these are insanely cool...that first was is my fav..wickedness.

Pink Blog Girl said...

These are so cool!

Tom Tuttle from Tacoma said...

beautiful fields of gold. gold being anything useful to mankind. can really relate to the euphoria of the praising and thanksgiving by the psalmist over the works of our father in heaven :)

Jennifer DeDonato said...

those pictures are amazing.

Pretty Neat Designs said...

He has a great book called Visualizing Density about urban planning. I found your blog thru a link on The Cottage Cheese. So glad I did, it looks fun!