It is a perspective that we don't often get to experience and it's not necessary to go very high. I prefer to stay relatively close and connected with the subject matter. Most of my aerial landscape fine art photography is from 150-250 feet in the air which brings a new and exciting element into my photography. I lift the camera with a kite and walk it around with absolutely no idea as to what the camera is seeing and have no control over what is being captured. This is by intention as I don't need to know what's going on. It is a demonstration of letting go of control, or having faith. The only guidance I give the kite is to adjust the height, position it by walking around and keep it from blowing away. That's all that needs to be done.