Washington D.C. Aerial Photography

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One great plus of the change in rules about when you can use your electronic gadgets when you fly in the United States is that you can now whip out your iPhone when you are taking off from Reagan National Airport in Washington D.C. and take pictures like this of the U.S. capital. Reagan is just across the Potomac River from the District of Columbia.

Have any photos you have taken since the change in the rules?

Washington D.C. - Capital Building

Washington D.C. – Capitol Building

Washington D.C. - Capital Building

Washington D.C. – Capitol Building

Washington D.C. - Jefferson Memorial

Washington D.C. – Jefferson Memorial

Washington D.C. - Washington Monument

Washington D.C. – Washington Monument

Washington D.C. - The Whitehouse

Washington D.C. – The Whitehouse

Washington D.C. - The Whitehouse

Washington D.C. – The Whitehouse

Washington D.C. - Watergate

Washington D.C. – Watergate

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by Chris Christensen

I am the host of the Amateur Traveler. The Amateur Traveler is an online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations and what are the best places to travel to. It includes both a weekly audio podcast, a video podcast, and a blog.

5 Responses to “Washington D.C. Aerial Photography”

Karl Anders

Says:

Some great photos, Chris! A unique perspective of the nation’s great monuments and a reason I always like to sit by the window when traveling (especially in daylight). On a recent flight back from Europe we had some wonderful views of the Greenland Ice cap, photos of which you can find here if you’d like to see: http://www.travelgumbo.com/blog/greenland-from-six-miles-high

Richard

Says:

Interesting photos. A 10 yr old could have done better with photo 3, which is incompletely labeled.
Also, sounds like you’re a fanboy. They are called “tablets”, not ip….. My non-ip…. tablet takes great photos out of windows too.

Richard

Says:

Sorry, photo 6.
Enjoyed the others.

Ronny

Says:

Great cell phone pics … I like the changes personally, for obvious reasons!

Ian

Says:

The aerial view of Watergate sure looks awesome!

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