Images from the Air
Familiar things look different from high above.
The view from an airliner is great, but it’s hard to get good pictures. They often turn out too blue and hazy, unless you are at low altitude.
Infrared works great for images from an airplane. It cuts through blue haze and makes everything much clearer. Clouds, in particular, stand out dramatically in infrared. Clouds look like piles of cotton fluff or mashed potatoes. The sky may go very black, like a picture taken from earth orbit.
As usual with infrared, live green plants look shockingly bright, even from 37,000 feet. Infrared makes life vivid.
I can make aerial images of the subject of your choice. However, this depends on the weather, aircraft availability, and distance from Eastern Massachusetts.