Shadows

Blimp Over The Florida Coast

Here is a great shot of a blimp over the beaches of Clearwater Beach, Florida. Thanks: MTBguy

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Monday, 25th April 2005

Calgary Tower

This is Calgary Tower in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. At 190 metres, slightly taller than the Space Needle, so I’m told. Thanks to Jordon and Jonathan Wilkins.

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Sunday, 24th April 2005

Elmendorf Air Force Base

This “Elephant Cage” in Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska is part of the DOD World Wide High Frequency Direction Finding System. More information on the system is availble from the Federation of American Scientists. Thanks: Gabe

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Friday, 22nd April 2005

Washington Monument

The Washington Monument in Washington DC is over 500 feet high and offers fantastic views over the capital. It looks pretty cool from the air as well, check out the size of that shadow!

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Thursday, 14th April 2005

Windmills, California

Here’s a shot of Large windmill clusters in the Mojave desert, California. Scroll around a bit and you’ll see there’s lots of them. Also quite cool in the East of this shot there’s a collection of what I’m assuming are…

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Wednesday, 13th April 2005

Planes In Flight Mega-Post

Well it’s my own fault really. Since I posted that I hadn’t seen any planes in flight, we have been absolutely inundated with submissions proving that I was completely wrong. Glad to hear it, ‘cos some of these are really…

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Wednesday, 13th April 2005
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