Abstract Views of the World, As Seen from the Sky

Zoe Wetherall has visited some of the most iconic places in the world, from the Grand Canyon to Niagara Falls, but she’s interested in more than pristine or untouched landscapes. As an aerial photographer, she’s soared over spaces as seemingly mundane or ordinary as golf courses and wineries, transforming them into abstract swaths of light and color. Her pictures have been compared to works as diverse and far-reaching as the photographs of Edward Burtynsky and the paintings of Mark Rothko, merging genres and defying categorization. 

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