Aerial nude photos by John Crawford

John Crawford - one of New Zealand's best known photographers - took these pictures staying 600 feet above the ground. After the ground has been surveyed from above and the perfect position has been found, Crawford drops the model off from the helicopter and flies back up to capture the aesthetically pleasing image. All photos: Splash/All Over Press

John Crawford - one of New Zealand's best known photographers - took these pictures staying 600 feet above the ground. After the ground has been surveyed from above and the perfect position has been found, Crawford drops the model off from the helicopter and flies back up to capture the aesthetically pleasing image. All photos: Splash/All Over Press

John Crawford - one of New Zealand's best known photographers - took these pictures staying 600 feet above the ground. After the ground has been surveyed from above and the perfect position has been found, Crawford drops the model off from the helicopter and flies back up to capture the aesthetically pleasing image. All photos: Splash/All Over Press

John Crawford - one of New Zealand's best known photographers - took these pictures staying 600 feet above the ground. After the ground has been surveyed from above and the perfect position has been found, Crawford drops the model off from the helicopter and flies back up to capture the aesthetically pleasing image. All photos: Splash/All Over Press

John Crawford - one of New Zealand's best known photographers - took these pictures staying 600 feet above the ground. After the ground has been surveyed from above and the perfect position has been found, Crawford drops the model off from the helicopter and flies back up to capture the aesthetically pleasing image. All photos: Splash/All Over Press

John Crawford - one of New Zealand's best known photographers - took these pictures staying 600 feet above the ground. After the ground has been surveyed from above and the perfect position has been found, Crawford drops the model off from the helicopter and flies back up to capture the aesthetically pleasing image. All photos: Splash/All Over Press

John Crawford - one of New Zealand's best known photographers - took these pictures staying 600 feet above the ground. After the ground has been surveyed from above and the perfect position has been found, Crawford drops the model off from the helicopter and flies back up to capture the aesthetically pleasing image. All photos: Splash/All Over Press

John Crawford - one of New Zealand's best known photographers - took these pictures staying 600 feet above the ground. After the ground has been surveyed from above and the perfect position has been found, Crawford drops the model off from the helicopter and flies back up to capture the aesthetically pleasing image. All photos: Splash/All Over Press

John Crawford - one of New Zealand's best known photographers - took these pictures staying 600 feet above the ground. After the ground has been surveyed from above and the perfect position has been found, Crawford drops the model off from the helicopter and flies back up to capture the aesthetically pleasing image. All photos: Splash/All Over Press

John Crawford - one of New Zealand's best known photographers - took these pictures staying 600 feet above the ground. After the ground has been surveyed from above and the perfect position has been found, Crawford drops the model off from the helicopter and flies back up to capture the aesthetically pleasing image. All photos: Splash/All Over Press

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