Aerial Photographs Show the Collision of Natural and Constructed That We Create
 
Posted in Art in Nature, Art+Science, Inspiration, Just Cool, Photography by Brittany on April 12th, 2014
 
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Aerial Photographs Show the Collison of Natural and Constructed That We Create

We know that as humans on Earth our lives are a constant combination of organization and chaos. What we can’t always see, is the bigger picture.

Photographer Alex MacLean has taken it upon himself to capture just that. Leaning out of the window of an airplane, high above the organization, chaos, or organized chaos — as the case may be — he snaps photographs of the patterns, symmetry and asymmetry that our lives cause and create.

And the resulting images are what you see here.

MacLean is a pilot and a photographer, with a background in architecture. All of these elements of his amazing lifestyle are visible in his images, and seem to contribute to the way he sees and composes his shots. See more the collision of natural and constructed in his images below.

Aerial Photographs Show the Collison of Natural and Constructed That We Create

Aerial Photographs Show the Collison of Natural and Constructed That We Create

Aerial Photographs Show the Collison of Natural and Constructed That We Create

Aerial Photographs Show the Collison of Natural and Constructed That We Create

Aerial Photographs Show the Collison of Natural and Constructed That We Create

To see more of the natural patterns humans create, check out DNA and Fingerprint Art!

Via Wired

 

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