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KAP cameras and rigs, updated (January 2019).
Color-infrared KAP, new (February 2019).
Arizona KAP, new (February 2019).
|More on KAP history.|
Early aerial view of Rome, Italy.
|View over the city of Skagen, northern Denmark. The historical lighthouse, "Hvide Fyr" (white light), appears in lower right corner. Note typical red tile roofs of Danish buildings.|
|Small town of Liebenthal in the prairie of west-central Kansas. St. Joseph's Church (right) is built of native chalk stone. Water supply tower to lower left; sewage treatment ponds upper left. Trees in the background follow Big Timber Creek, a tributary of the Smoky Hills River.|
|Closeup view of the dam, outlet gates, and spillway at Fall River Reservoir, southeastern Kansas. Constructed and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for flood control and recreational purposes.|
|Vertical shot of tennis players, Loose Park, Kansas City, Missouri. Numerous tennis balls are scattered about the court.|
|Fishing camp set up on the beach of Padre Island, Texas. Various tents, vehicles, small boats, and fishing equipment. Preparing for a major fishing tournament.|
|Superwide-angle overview of Lake Wabaunsee in the Flint Hills of eastern Kansas. Taken from a helium blimp.|
Home states in which we do most of our aerial photography.
Other states where we have conducted aerial photography.
Beyond the United States, we have acquired aerial photography in Saskatchewan,
Canada as well as Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Norway, Poland and Slovakia.
Map composed with source code by Ben Markowitz at Stately
with assistance from Jeremy Aber while at ESU (now at MTSU).
The Great Plains aerial photography is presented for general public access by James S. and Susan W. Aber.
All rights reserved; text and images © by the authors (1996-2019). For more information, contact J.S. Aber.
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This webpage was established in 1996 and
moved to its present URL in March 2002.
Last update: February 2019.