Along our coast, John Wiley saw herons flying over Salt Marsh debris, Miramar, Bird Refuge blue colors, an oil refinery dig, and a whale to cap it all.
Some magnificent aerial views of Isla Vista, UC Santa Barbara, and Goleta from John Wiley's magic carpet.
KEYT keeps talking about Rocky Butte rainfall, so John Wiley finally looked it up and found it in one of his aerial pics.
Two aerial views of flood preparations in Carp and an artistic oil on water study from John Wiley's flight Tuesday.
[Update]: A Delta airlines 757 landed at SBA and parked at Atlantic, does anyone know what event is happening?
After all we've been through, John Wiley was delighted by beautiful traces of water while flying in our mountains and the Valley.
Good news at Casa de Maria, other flood fix progress, SBCC final work, and a beautiful view of UC & IV from John Wiley's flight.
Stopping Summerland slicks started, and John Wiley got us this good look flying over Monday afternoon.
More flood aerial updates from John Wiley's Thursday, Feb. 2 flight over devastation along the San Ysidro and Montecito Creeks.
More 2/2 aerial views of the Montecito flood causes and cleanup from John Wiley.
Work had begun on digging out Casa De Maria and bringing hope when John Wiley flew over Friday
Revisiting our beautiful "Three Peaks" on a bright day, John Wiley got these new pics.
Everything not scorched by Thomas was trending into beautiful greens on John Wiley's flight Friday evening.
With all the flood repair work like this debris basin, John Wiley asks about earth moving projects like this SBHS stadium project.
On Wednesday afternoon it appears the southbound lanes of Highway 101 at Olive Mill are clear.
The quick work on our debris catch basins is reassuring for Montecito, in John Wiley's aerials from Tuesday evening.
Mud Mania runs amok on 101 in John Wiley's Tuesday evening pics.
Silt in Jameson Reservoir and the Carp catch basin were among the subjects of pics in John Wiley's aerial survey Thursday.
Excellent TV coverage mostly shows Olive Mill and unidentified locations, so John Wiley shares aerials of San Ysidro Creek.
Amid all the mud, John Wiley was distracted by changes in our waters and boats.