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We do AERIAL photography not ARIAL photography

We do AERIAL photography and not AIRIAL, AIRIAL or ARIEL photography.

When people call to ask us what we do we tell them that we do AERIAL photography. When we get emails or Google searches some people usk us questions that are confusing because of the spelling. Phonetics are funny. When you say the word AERIAL you could spell it many ways. ARIAL. AIRIAL. ARIEL can you think of any others.

But the true real exact proper etc word is AERIAL for the photography we do. Which is weird because we shoot from the AIR.

You can view Aerial Photography in WIKIPEDIA

We do AERIAL photography

Not exactly how we do it!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you go to the dictionary you find this:

aerial

noun
  1. 1.
    BRITISH
    a rod, wire, or other structure by which signals are transmitted or received as part of a radio or television transmission or receiving system.
adjective
  1. 1.
    existing, happening, or operating in the air.
    “an aerial battle”
    So our AERIAL is an adjective and it describes the Photography that we do.
    If AERIAL was a Noun it might describe the aerial that is a transmitter or connected to your car radio etc.
    An Ariel is a gazelle found in the Middle East and North Africa
    Arial – Arial, sometimes marketed or displayed in software as Arial MT, is a sans-serif typeface and set of computer fonts. Fonts from the Arial family
    Airial – is not a word. Maybe we could invent one?
    So just for the records: We do AERIAL photography

Glamping Cockatoo Island Sydney Harbour

Glamping Cockatoo Island Sydney Harbour

Glamping Cockatoo Island Sydney Harbour

Cockatoo Island Sydney Harbour offers onsite camping and Glamour Camping

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yes Glamping is Glamour Camping

Those little dots on the ground are tents and some of them are set up for Glamour Camping – Glamping.

Cockatoo Island is a heritage-listed island in the middle of beautiful Sydney Harbour. Hop on a ferry and explore the island for the day or stay overnight in the campground or holiday houses.

Retaining all its character and heritage from decades of human endeavour by convicts and shipbuilders alike, Cockatoo Island has undergone a renaissance in every sense of the word and opened its doors to all.

Glamping Cockatoo Island Sydney Harbour: – When you don’t have the equipment or much time to plan, Glamping is the way to go. It’s a laid-back luxury camping experience where everything is organised for you. Unlike traditional camping where you bring the tent and gear with you, with glamping it’s all set up and ready to go on your arrival.

There is a large camping kitchen is available which includes 10 x BBQ areas, a fridge, microwave and a zip boiling water system, campers need to supply their own cooking utensils, cutlery and plates. Additional camping mats and chairs can be hired from the Accommodation Office.

When Aerial Photography is done on Sydney Harbour we often travel past Cockatoo Island because the Parramatta River west of the Harbour Bridge is a helicopter lane. We see it in its best and its worst and take aerial photos of Sydney in whatever conditions our client requires . The fun days are when there is lots of activity to do with Glamping Cockatoo Island Sydney Harbour. People, families, big groups, small groups are everywhere and the cafes and restaurants are very busy.

The 19th Biennale of Sydney are currently exhibiting on Cockatoo Island until the 9th June.