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BearMountainNY305.jpgBear Mountain - Late Winter Aerial View8 viewsThe winter snow cover and lighting were perfect to display Bear Mountian's dramatic rise above the Hudson River and the Bear Mountain Bridge when I flew over and took this photo.Ed Hodgson
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BurrPondWinter05.jpgBurr Pond from Above - Winter9 viewsI was really happy to have a flight path and clear day coming out of Bradley that enabled this shot. We've often canoed Burr Pond in the early summer and enjoyed the profuse mountain laurel along its intricate shore line. Actually seeing the layout of its coves from the air was really neat.Ed Hodgson
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Hudsonsunrise2014.jpgDaybreak over the Hudson River 7 viewsI took this on a 6 AM flight out of Bradley near the end of August this year. I was looking north along the Hudson as we crossed it a little before sunrise.Ed Hodgson
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RainierAuAugust2014.jpgMount Rainier from the north.5 viewsWe got this view of Mount Rainier across the North Cascades on the approach to land in Seattle in late morning.Ed Hodgson
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SandyHook.jpgSandy Hook (NJ)8 viewsFlying up the coast has occasionally given me a good view of New Jersey's Sandy Hook National Seashore at the entrance to New York Harbor. It's one of the more distinctive pieces of shoreline along the US East CoastEd Hodgson
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tidewatersunrise.jpgTidewater Sunrise5 viewsAn early morning southbound flight on a winter day gave me a beautiful view of the sunlight reflecting off the intricate waterways of Virginia's tidewater region.Ed Hodgson
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winterearlymornmtns.jpgEarly Morning Mountain Shadows9 viewsAs one might guess, this was on a winter flight that left Bradley very early in the morning. Just a little further north, the mountains were dressed in snow, but this spot as we descended toward Atlanta presented the most dramatic combination of warm sunrise light, low angle sun and terrain to my eye.Ed Hodgson
     
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