Aerial Photography Flooding Views Carson City, NV My recent aerial views of the flooded Carson River from Spring 2023. The snowmelt and recent rains have saturated this area of the Carson Valley. This view shows the river jumping its banks and filling the surrounding marsh areas. In the distance you can see the mountains east…
New terrific aerial views of downtown Carson City with snow-capped Sierras in the background are available for purchase. If you need high resolution stock aerial views from Spring 2023, these shots perfect to use in your Real Estate marketing, proposals, collateral, prints and more. Contact me for pricing if you are looking for additional images…
Returning to Reno after a long aerial photo flight I noticed these storm clouds over south Reno. The developing clouds over Mt Rose and high lenticular clouds were indications of intense wind. This developing storm ended up leaving a few feet of snow in Lake Tahoe and a few inches in Reno. The bottom below…
Aerial view of Galena bridge in south Reno, NV
A great aerial shot of downtown Reno from June 2022 with the Truckee River running through the Riverwalk District.
Construction in Reno, NV of RED Development Aerial views of Reno Experience District (RED) construction progress from end of February to mid-March 2022.
Virginia City is tucked in the mountains and easy to miss from the air, but when you see the buildings and town layout it has a distinct appearance. Virginia City is a must-see destination for first time visitors to Northern Nevada. Please contact me if you would like to purchase a print or canvas online.
This aerial view shows Lake Tahoe in all it’s beauty in winter. Shot in 2020!
Goodbye Lakeridge Tennis Club, a beloved spot in Reno. Aerial of the demo from July 2020.
Now is the best time to get new aerial photography shots of Reno with the Lake Tahoe and Sierra Mountains in the background. Contact me for aerials while we still have snow in the Sierras for the best aerial views!
Aerial view of a rainbow while flying over Reno, NV during a recent storm. This was a truly lucky capture.