One of the wonderful things about blogging, is the occasional email or other bit of awesomeness that a reader shares with me.
One of those moments happened recently when I opened an email from Justin, a US Navy Rescue Swimmer.
"I think I have read in one or two previous posts that you are from the Cedar Key area. I was flying in that area today, and I snapped a few aerial pictures and wanted to share them with you. You can use these anyway you wish, or not at all. I took these from the back of a SH-60B Seahawk, which is the Navy's variant of the Army Blackhawk. I am an Sensor Operator/Rescue Swimmer and am blessed with the chance to fly all over this beautiful state! I like to take as many pictures as I can and show as many people as I can, because I am sure there are some non-believers out there that disagree with this state having some of the most natural beauty of them all."
|These are all Justin's photos of Cedar Key from his helicopter.|
My only input is a little cropping and some labels for those of you who have never been here.
|Our airport ... not a lot of room for pilot error here.|