Things were more primitive way back in 2010 when I took these pictures.
Before drones came into popular use, people used small helium balloons!
Enlarge the photo with a few clicks and you will see the cables attached to the suspended camera.
Apparently the archaeologists and/or the architects and engineers needed aerial photography of this exciting and welcome new National Campus for the Archaeology of Israel.
Back then the construction was just beginning; now it is almost completed.
Our City Daily Photo bloggers group has our monthly Theme Day today.
The subject is Photographing the Photographer.
In my post you'll just have to imagine the photographer, down on earth holding the tether.
(Linking also to SkyWatch Friday.)