6 Aero Photography By Sergey Makarenkov

Aero Photography By Sergey Makarenkov

Posted on March 23, 2012 by

Heavy metal.

Sergey Makarenkov takes photographs from the plane. When he first rose into the air, he realized he could not live without seeing a bird’s eye view of this world. Since 2007, he spent about 400 hours flying on the plane photographing. Let us present some of his aviashots.

Pieces of a large pie.


A goat from Rublyovka or the Mystery of circles in the fields.



Sushi bar.

Paint cans.


Blind alley.




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6 Responses to “Aero Photography By Sergey Makarenkov”

  1. (r)evolutionist says:

    This website is as slow-loading as intelligence in Willard Romney’s mind.

  2. jmohan says:

    Very good. Indeed a visual treat to watch,
    Thanks a lot = JMOHAN

  3. Maesrobert says:

    Nice photographs, pity about the cutesy ‘titles’.

  4. S. Petersen says:

    Excellent photos, thank-you. Having read about Russia all my life, it is rewarding to see pictures that fill out my imagination.

  5. An old colleague from Atlanta forwarded this to me.
    In the 60’s and 70’s he was a photographer
    For a paper called, THE GREAT SPECKLED BIRD.
    NOW he sends flying others’ images. Great!

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