The Chesapeake from Above

The Chesapeake from Above

Photographer Cameron Davidson teams up with environmental reporter David Fahrenthold in a new book that documents in photos and essays both the beauty and the environmental challenges facing the Chesapeake Bay.

Cameron Davidson has been photographing the Chesapeake Bay from helicopters and planes for more than three decades. His dramatic aerial shots capture the bay and the thousands of miles of marshes, rivers, and tributaries that flow into it. In his new book he teams up with environmental reporter David Fahrenthold to document both the beauty and the environmental challenges facing our region's most impressive waterway.

Guests

Cameron Davidson

Aerial and location photographer; co-author, "CHESAPEAKE: The Aerial Photography of Cameron Davidson."

David Fahrenthold

Reporter, Washington Post; co-author, "Chesapeake: The Aerial Photography of Cameron Davidson."

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All images courtesy of University of Virginia Press from the book "Chesapeake: An Aerial Overview of One of Our Most Precious Watersheds:"

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Photographer Cameron Davidson photographs the Chesapeake Bay area from the air. This footage is courtesy of Cameron Davidson:

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