Carlisle’s water tower is one of the jazziest on the Delta’s edge. I credit Lorin Geisler of Emily’s Flowers & Gifts in Lonoke for the suggestion to shoot it. It turned out great. Notice how the mural pays homage to Carlisle’s historic water tower as well.

“Red Oke” happens to be one of my personal favorites. I was waiting on a friend for some early morning coffee and found the opportunity to capture the sunrise on Lonoke’s Iconic Depot.

On my way home from a personal property shoot in Humnoke I decided to stop by the water tower. I’m sure glad I did, because this sunset/skyscape was on fire!

Here is a Case combine operated, at the time, by Kittler Farms in Carlise. Our goal was to capture a fleet of implements in formation. As you might gather this one took the lead position.

Visitors from all over Lonoke County will recognize the courthouse. Many pay their respects while others pay their fines. Hopefully next time you visit you’ll do so with an elevated perspective of your county seat. You can even see the old jail on top of the roof!

One thing I love about aerial photography is the ability to remodel peoples perspective to the ordinary. Stratton Seed has been around since about 1948 and has become quite a familiar landmark in many respects. People drive by it everyday and never see it from this vantage.