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Posts tagged aerial photography

Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate

Today’s photo comes from our decent into SFO on our way to Hawaii a couple of Decembers ago.

Old stomping grounds

Aerial view of Oakland

#oakland

Today’s photo comes from 2017, when we were on our way to Hawaii via San Francisco. However, it’s a photo of territory I frequented far more often in my earlier years.

You can see the Oakland Coliseum, my home away from home during my first 19 years of life, in the very center of this photograph. The “island” in front of Oakland (now actually attached to Oakland, yet part of Alameda, thanks to landfill) is Bay Farm Island, and the San Leandro Bay is the water between the two. We used to drive up Doolittle Drive on Christmas Eve every year to eat at Alameda’s Acapulco restaurant. I also rode my bike up Doolittle to the stadium sometimes. My house was a few miles to the right of this photo.

You can also see some of the runways for the Oakland Airport in this photo. Fun fact: the Oakland Airport was the first airport in the continental U.S. to offer flights to Hawaii. My first flight to Hawaii was from Oakland, but my flight on this day was out of SFO.

Aerial view of the Oresund Bridge

Oresund Bridge aerial

Oresund Bridge

Today’s photo is the view out my window just before landing in Copenhagen in June of 2016. The land in the distance isn’t Denmark. That’s Malmö, Sweden.

Above the clouds, sort of

Clouds

Today’s photo comes from a flight between Korea and Japan from over five years ago.

Baja California

Baja

Today’s photo is an aerial shot from our LAX-PVR flight a few Decembers ago.

市川のアイリンクタウン

市川市

The story behind this photo can be found here.

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