Mike Kelley specializes in industrial and architectural photography, but his real distinctive difference is his choice for a studio. Over the last two years, Kelley has taken to the skies above LA in a helicopter to obtain a sometimes eerie and other times breathtaking collection of images unlike anything we’ve ever…
There's nothing good about traversing the labyrinth known as the modern day international airport. Aside from incompetent airline personal and the debacle known as TSA, we are now subject to price gouging, according to a lawsuit claiming retailers are charging a whopping $5 for a bottle of water.
Last Monday, I flew out to California for an event at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center. But I landed so early in the day at LAX, I decided to make the best use of my time by watching planes land from the famous In-N-Out Burger on the east side of the airport.
The nation's third-largest airport, LAX, is in the midst of a renovation project called "LAneXt," that will last the next few years. The last major renovation for the airport happened before the Summer Olympics 30 years ago, and officials say this multi-billion dollar project will be painful.
This is the most amazing photo of a Boeing 747 climbing into the sky you'll likely ever see. It was shot by Daniel Werner, who made the photograph from a private plane near this LAX runway.