We had a couple of small aerial jobs over Mildura yesterday morning. Beautiful clear skies, smooth smooth ride. Only downer was there was a whole heap of image degrading atmodspheric polution or haze. Some would call this phenonimum an inversion layer. Me I prefer to call it mush. Luckily we were able to stay just under the worst of it, so close shots were great. Longer shots including the horizon, not so great. However you have to take the good with the bad. Another time I’d be happy to have haze to shoot through.
On the way out to our first shoot location, I managed to capture this aerial photo of the Murray River as it winds its way past Mildura. George Chaffey Bridge is in the top left corner of the frame. Mildura Weir and portion of Lock Island in the lower right of frame.
For anyone looking for stock aerial photos of Mildura, we have somne over at www.excitations-stock.com if you’d like to take a look, maybe license and download from tere as well.