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I’ve admired their work for a long time. This is just a sample of some of the photos they’ve taken of the city in recent years and posted on their Facebook page.
All photos are watermarked with their copyright, so I hope it’s okay for me to post them. If one of you is affiliated with Idaho Airships and want me to take these down, please let me know and I will do so promptly.
I was going to share these in the "found city pictures" folder but wanted to make sure I gave credit first to Idaho Airships here first.
Boise Depot – built exactly 1 mile south of the Idaho Statehouse at the south end of Capital Blvd:
Morrison Center – a 2,000 seat theater on the campus of Boise State University built in the shape of the state of Idaho:
This is Bown Crossing, a new commercial neighborhood on the city’s Southeast side:
St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center – Boise’s second-largest healthcare facility:
Micron’s corporate headquarters, on the far eastern edge of the city:
More shots of downtown Boise from further away:
I've been inducted by aliens.
I'm in their Hall of Fame because of all of the great ideas they found up my ass.
I posted these, along with many others on here and in the found city photos subforum a year or so ago, but these never get old. The view down Parkcenter is still one of my all-time favorites, I just wish the color was a little crisper like it is on some of the others.