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Coconino County, Arizona

This series of images from Flickr user mark_v_socal was taken on a flight from Los Angeles to Orlando, and posted in the Flickr Unknown aerial shots pool, which is a good resource for finding the location of unidentified aerial images. The first image comes from Arizona's Coconino County. The image looks north across the plains in the southern portion of the county. In the foreground is Diablo Canyon, with Grapevine Canyon entering from the left. Dog Valley is in the lower right, and Chavez Pass Road cuts off the lower right corner of the image.

 

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Meteor Crater, Coconino County, Arizona

Just east of the previous image, the next shot shows an aerial view of Arizona's famous Meteor Crater (also known as Barringer Crater), in the upper left just above the cloud. The crater, almost a mile across and about 570 feet deep, was formed about 50,000 years ago from the impact of a nickel-iron meteorite the size of a large house.

 

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Albuquerque, New Mexico

About 250 miles east, the next image shows the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The image looks north across the city, with the Rio Grande running through the center of the image.

 

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Albuquerque International Sunport

Just south of the city of Albuquerque, the next image shows a closeup view of Albuquerque's airport, the Albuquerque International Sunport.

 

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Red River, Texas/Oklahoma border

Travelling another 430 miles east, the next image brings us to the Texas/Oklahoma border. The photo looks north, with the Red River flowing through the center of the image, forming the border between Texas (in the lower left) and Oklahoma (in the upper right).

 

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Mississippi River, Arkansas/Mississippi border

The final image in this series shows the Mississippi River, about 80 miles north of Vicksburg, Mississippi. The river here forms the border between the states of Arkansas (on the left) and Mississippi (on the right).

 

Photos taken: May 31, 2007

Photos by: mark_v_socal

Route: Los Angeles, CA to Orlando, FL

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