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Cape Cod #2

Uploaded by: 2620

Thursday March 31, 2011

Caption: Pilgrim Lake looking southeast. This entire group of photos was taken from ~2,000' above ground.

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1. 5dogsnow
5:24 PM GMT on October 01, 2011
It never occurred to me how vulnerable the Cape is wow they must have strongly built houses for the storms that pass over. Fantastic series of photographs can't believe no comments yet it must be difficult to take pictures from a plane being buffetted around also to not get the wings or any fuselage in view maybe it's just genius on your part!
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I live in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, a beautiful part of the United States with scenic ancient mountains, beaches, bays, woods, and rivers all within a day's drive or flight. The Appalachians are not as high and rugged as other younger ranges, but they hold their own stark beauty. Many of my photos were taken while traveling. Thanks to all WunderPhoto viewers who send email -- I love to hear from you! Be safe...help people. GO SKYDIVING FOR FUN AND EXCITEMENT!!

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