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There's something magical about seeing a landscape from above. Whether you're looking at aerial photography, gazing out from a summit, or floating above the canopy in a hot-air balloon, there's joy and humility in seeing the grandeur of the places from whence we come, and the smallness of the activities happening below.

Our landscapes are inspired by places that are, once were, or could be. From islands accessible to only the boldest summer-time swimmers, to spring-fed kettle ponds, to unspoiled river banks, these places are closely guarded secrets, or at least seem so to those that have had the privilege of enjoying them for a lazy afternoon.

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