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.
Does this look like a nuclear reactor core going in at the Miramar in John Wiley's aerial pics?
There are some surprises in store for anyone flying into SBA, as John Wiley discovered Wednesday.
Tonight's sunset as John Wiley flew over D.P. Ranch, seemed to wish Ed and the whole Edhat community a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.
John Wiley captures an aerial photo of the Thomas Fire burn area from Tuesday.
John Wiley shares an aerial photo of the Thomas Fire captured around 6:00 pm on Wednesday.
Night flights over Ventura & SB are getting more colorful in John Wiley's pics.
SBHS stadium work, Coral Casino boat, Carp Marsh, 101 work, Carp vista, and Miramar construction from John Wiley's flight.
Fire & personnel brought someone up the Douglas (Wilcox) paraglider cliff, and John Wiley asks what's the story.
Does anyone know the story about this remarkably tall Santa Monica Way crane John Wiley saw up on the Mesa Friday?
South Coast construction aerial updates by John Wiley: Oprah's open space, Summerland cliff dwellers, Carp 101, Miramar, SBMA, & SBCC.
Seeing different layers of smoke over Montecito Peak flying home Friday, John Wiley wondered where the fire(s) might be.
Here's an update on the Big Sur landslide and Hearst Castle swimming pool from John Wiley's flight.
Flying around the Whittier Fire burn area, John Wiley thought it would look worse.
With the Whittier Fire increasingly coming under control, John Wiley came across information about wildfire trends
Here are some aerial shots of the Whittier fire over the Gaviota Pass and flaring up the North slope.
Five days brought contrasting sights for John Wiley, from spotting a blue whale in the Channel to yesterday's orange sky.
Flying in from Santa Cruz Island, John Wiley was startled to see this monster plume of the Alamo Fire.
Glimpses of the future and past from John Wiley's local flights.
People took refreshing Santa Ynez River dips last weekend when John Wiley flew past.
There's a new "suburb" of Summerland in these pics from John Wiley's recent flight.