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Pittsburgh at the confluence of 3 rivers. Taken from helicopter at night. Photo Credit: Dave DiCello
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Amazing. Best aerial of Cincinnati I've ever seen. Excellent downtown.
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Perth looks great! Thanks for sharing. The development pattern very much reminds me of California. And Cali is beautiful so that is a compliment. Cheers.
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^Philly looks great. That first photo showcases how dense and huge Center City is. And of course i'm sure it would be even taller in general if not for that dumb Billy Penn statue thing.

And on the other side of the state we have a pretty awesome dense city too. (Similar to the last photo I posted a few posts back but it's more clear)


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Here are some San Francisco aerials I took not long ago returning home:







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Not city, but some interesting landscape:






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A couple from the southern end of San Francisco Bay.





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^Philly looks great. That first photo showcases how dense and huge Center City is. And of course i'm sure it would be even taller in general if not for that dumb Billy Penn statue thing.

And on the other side of the state we have a pretty awesome dense city too. (Similar to the last photo I posted a few posts back but it's more clear)


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Pittsburgh is gorgeous. Pound for pound it's right up there with Philadelphia in terms of skyline. It has to be the largest for a city/metro it's size.
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