As another pandemic year winds down, John Wiley saw these long views of some favorite scenes that seem from another lifetime.
What always flew? Long before people, birds, bats, or even pterodactyls slowly figured out how to fly, at least one thing flew that seems to be flying even faster now: Time.
Some people get high at work every day, and this crew did it in plain view of John Wiley's zoom lens.
When he first moved to town, John Wiley didn't know what the Eyelash is - do you?
Two waterbird questions from one of John Wiley's recent flights.
Vaccines in, John Wiley up, and a new batch of aerial photos over Santa Barbara to Edhat.
Mountain nature and views came down to town in John Wiley's camera, where he ponders condors and other questions.
A quiet moment came to John Wiley, watching this cloud from Santa Ynez Valley spill silently over La Cumbre Peak Friday.
John Wiley shares a photo of Saturday's colorful sunset.
John Wiley shares photos of the sunset on Halloween.
Scanning the hills for signs of fire Sunday night, John Wiley saw this red moon rising.
John Wiley reports his internet via Cox wasn't working this morning near the intersection of Highway 101 at 154.
Crisp photos of a powerline inspection helicopter from John Wiley.
Walking half the length of Goleta Beach takes longer than flying from SBA to the very different beauty of Santa Ynez Valley.
Fuzzy Friday was quiet downtown as John Wiley strolled the State Street closure, and encountered this power huddle.
Cool beaches, splashes of color, and Summery air greeted John Wiley flying home Wednesday evening.
Evening mist gathered on our mountains as John Wiley enjoyed views beyond San Marcos Foothills.
John shares a past aerial photo of our little blue town by the big blue sea.
Coming home John Wiley flew white peaks, waterfalls, coastal deep blue and verdant Spring green.
A nosy jet, freaky mud, and wispy moon clouds were among the sights John Wiley saw on a Lompoc flight Tuesday.
Before the weather closed in John Wiley flew over the SBHS stadium construction and paused a moment to help some Sunday Samaritans.
Foggy oil platforms and Hendry's, and more Cave burn pix from John Wiley's Friday flight.
Some scary views of the Cave Fire burn area emerged in John Wiley's sunset flight.
Things are looking up as the firefighters increase containment, and there's a Thanksgiving garnish on La Cumbre.
Whenever an air quality warning is issued, it's important to protect everyone, even Benjamin Franklin.
John Wiley shares photos of fire crews working to save Painted Cave on Tuesday.
These three aerial views from La Cumbre Peak area gave John Wiley the sense of a smoke surround.
John Wiley uses photography to show edhat readers the paradise seen by those who fly over Santa Barbara.
An edhat reader discovered a PBS special covering the Lougheed brothers from their time in Santa Barbara.
Have you ever flown in or out of SBA and wondered what people up in the Air Traffic Control tower see?