La Vida Laguna is an incredibly innovative business that helps companies such as Kaiser Permanente with extremely unique team-building activities. ROF was on-site when those from Kaiser were “shipwrecked” and had to work together to build shelter, cook food with solar ovens, distill drinking water from the ocean and so much more. To see if they made it off the island click the link- http://www.lavidalaguna.com/shipwrecked/
When traveling by plane, you often find yourself with the best seat in the house flying high over some of the world’s most intriguing destinations. Not only do you have a bird’s eye view of the dramatic sea or landscapes, pay attention to the skies around you as well…you never know what you’ll be sharing the sky with! For times like these, we like to keep a camera handy. With the growing popularity of drones, an aerial perspective is really finding a niche market these days. Shooting from a commercial airliner is like having a drone x 10,000,000,000,000! Whether it’s flying over the glaciers of Greenland, or passing by the erie sight of 3 Mile Island…capturing images from a plane is a great way to bring home a different story than the one being told on the ground. Although these photos aren’t all shot a cruising altitude, when the wheels leave the runway… you never know what will find its way into our Gallery At 37,000ft.
We are working on an album with a collection of photos taken at about 38,000ft above the ground. It’s amazing some of the things you fly over when getting from Point A to Point B! This shot (from the upcoming album) attempts to capture the majesty of Iceland. I can only imagine how it looks from the ground!