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Some months ago, the original “River Warrior” Piper Cub was replaced with a Super Cub. Because the Super Cub is so much more powerful, more like a helicopter, it is much windier in the back of the plane, where I sit. I almost dropped my beloved iPhone, many times, before I gave up….
(Farewell Old Friend: https://jacquithurlowlippisch.com/tag/yellow-cub-plane/)
I have had to replace my lightweight and versatile iPhone with a “real” camera as the weight of the camera is stabilizing. Today, I share some of my other aerials of the St Lucie/IRL Region from 3-2-19, taken with this heavier camera. I thank my husband Ed for “giving me wings.” Over the coming months, as I adapt, we shall begin to document all of Florida’s east coast. First, here’s home!
Circling back over the IRL and US Sailing Center’s regatta, a beautiful sight!
The remaining photos are coming in for landing circling over the St Lucie at Roosevelt Bridge and developed lands…
Looking towards Palm City over SLR
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10 thoughts on “To Have Wings, SLR/IRL”
Nice work. Thanks for all you guys do for our community!
Mike Townes Sent from my iPad Pro
Documentarian, thank you for the very nice pictures of our area.
Wow..what an amazing birds-eye view…awesome pics..Thank You SO MUCH for all you and Ed do….
That camera is a good choice. Thank you.
And now we have wings, too, thanks to you and Ed! Wonderful photos!
Thanks you two, wonderful documentation!
Congratulation on the new job, I can think of no one better qualified or motivated to do a better job at SFWD than you. No matter how much you try their will always be a need to flow water from lake O to the sea, East, West or South. The East and West flow is needed for firstly it is a commercial water way transportation system. Secondly, at the present time it is also a flood control project to make sure that Western Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade remain livable with out large scale floods. To clean up the problem we have to clean up the water flowing out of lake O and to do that we have to clean up the inflow into the lake.
Love the photos! Thank you both for all the wonderful work you to to help our waterways!
Thank you Megan!!!!
Really cool shots