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    Default Aerial photos on Columbus Day 2006

    A few new aerial photo's take on Columbus Day 2006.







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    Wow! Those are wonderful pictures. Thanks for sharing.
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    Smile columbus day photos

    those are the most awesome photos. cool to be able to see the road and how it twists. doesn't look as scarey as when you are driving it.

    thanks for sharing.

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    Wow those are great. Thanks

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    Framer,
    Thanks for sharing the air photos of the rock pile. Great views and shots all of angles. Keep them coming.

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    Were you in a glider? We were in the area that weekend and saw several over the Presidentials.I especially like the one where you can see people on the deck. Were the shots handheld? Did you shoot through glass or did you have an open window? What was the temp at 8500'? NICE JOB!
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    A couple more full size crops from the images.




    I saw the gliders they were flying out of Gorham Airport.

    Yes, handheld Nikon F4 with manual 105mm lens through the window.

    It was a warm weekend.

    The flight from Gorham over to Bethel ME along the river was spectacular!

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    i love those pictures, they really show the scope and granduer (sp) of the mountains
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