By Sam Young
and Judy Korn
UMM News Service
When one thinks of aerial photography, it is usually in the context of grand panoramic shots of purple mountain majesties, helicopters flying over great herds of bison, or dolphins gracefully jumping from the ocean through the air.
Michael Eble, associate professor of studio art at the University of Minnesota, Morris, took a different approach.
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