Looking Down

Whenever I get the window seat while flying, I spend the entire time during takeoff and landing with my face pressed up against the window looking down. I love the opportunity to look at cities from an aerial perspective. Andy Tucker has a great set of aerial photos on his Flickr account. I’ve included a few from Minnesota here, but he has a collection from many other cities as well. Check out the rest right here.

I-35W and MN 13

 

 

Wind Turbines aerial

 

Cedar Ave aerial

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3 Responses to Looking Down

  1. Matt Steele May 2, 2014 at 12:39 pm #

    Ah, the Cedar Avenue bridge at Lake Nokomis. How I look forward to its removal.

    • J May 3, 2014 at 10:05 am #

      Why? Its wide enough for.a future bike lane and retention of the walking paths.

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