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Old 9th Dec 2013, 01:29 PM   #1
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Default Atmosphere, Aerial Photography - San Francisco to Sydney

Finally found time to process a few images from a recent trip to Australia. I was caught in some of the worst conditions I've seen in all my years of flying. The air was incredibly hazy both in SF and in Sydney. Sydney was due to fires. We were over the Pacific during the night so not much on the way over. Fortunately it got better and the trip back provided a lot more pics to chose from.

Like my others these images are all full size converted to jpgs and the exif data is intact should you need it to use with a real lens camera in layout.

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Great shots Bob, i especially like 6 and the last.
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