Australian photographer Tom Blachford gives viewers a refreshing perspective to everyday surroundings with his bird's eye view images of local surroundings. His image portfolio features several dozen pictures of oceans, beaches, airports and car parking lots taken from way up in the sky.
It's not every day that you see a photographer dive away from the standard straight on headshot style of photography. This is most likely because anything else is a lot harder to do with much more advance planning needed. In these aerial stills, Blachford has taken it upon himself to get up high in the clouds to take widespread images of the activity going on below. Blachford's pictures capture people swimming, parked trains and floating sailboats. In each image the viewers feel as though they're looking in on a miniature setting.