Visual Arts

From Above: Photographs by Adriel Heisey at Phoenix Sky Harbor

It's hard to beat a birds-eye view of the landscape and the structures assembled on it simply for the context of how everything fits together.

Pilot and photographer Adriel Heisey has been flying across the southwest for nearly 30 years, casting his view upon a plethora of prehistoric ruins and ancient archeological sites and marveling at how everything--land, buildings and ancient people--fit together.

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