Strapped to the back seat of a single engine Cessna plane, flying with the door off, I lean out and look down in awe. The landscape is so much more when seen from the air.
Photographing from a plane, as opposed to using a drone, frees me to focus on the images as the pilot takes care of the flying. Originally commissioned to document natural conditions and instances of human intervention in the Yucatán Peninsula, I deliver on that mission but search for so much more. I look for patches of landscape whose patterns, shapes and textures evoke to my eye the work of abstract painters. I give you Landstracts.