This top down aerial view captures a sandstone rock formation known as “White Pocket.” Located deep in the Arizona desert, it is believed to have been formed during the Jurassic period as a result of soft sediment deformation. Float up and down as the viewer while imagining what life would be like on another planet.
Location: White Pocket, AZ
5.8 x 8.4 x 1 inches
Comes with US plug and custom cable
Orion Owens is a fine art photographer from San Diego, California. His unique approach to photography explores the limits of emerging aerial imaging technologies. Owens’ abstract and starkly captivating work transcends time and space. Themes of perception, psychedelia, and environmentalism run throughout Owens’ work and offer the viewer an opportunity to wander amongst the details of each abstract landscape.
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