Pennsylvania is a gorgeous state; that’s something evident from walking around, but have you ever wondered what the birds and bees see when they flap/buzz around over our state? Here are some breathtaking aerial shots of Pennsylvania landmarks and landscapes.
1. Logan Square in Philadelphia
This photograph, from the Embassy Suites building, captures a famous Philadelphia landmark from above.
2. Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant
Three Mile Island was home to one of the worst nuclear disasters ever to occur in the USA.
3. Pennsylvania farmlands
The best part of flying in Pennsylvania is admiring the patchwork farmland.
Is Hollidaysburg always on holiday? Probably not, but it still looks cool from midair.
This amazing photograph shows the flooding that occurred in Wilkes-Barre in 2011.
A typically idyllic Pennsylvania farm, this one in Hughesville.
7. Suburbs outside of Philadelphia
The serpentine suburban roads sprawl outside of Philadelphia.
8. Beaver Stadium, Penn State University
Penn State is famous for its incredible turn-out at sporting events... As evidenced by this groovy aerial shot of Beaver Stadium.
9. Philadelphia from far above
Yet another shot of Philadelphia... This one from far, far above.
10. Bethlehem Steel Stacks
Bethlehem Steel employed many residents of the area before it unexpectedly shut down. Now the steel stacks stand as dramatic reminders of PA industry of the past.
Pittsburgh, as you can see, is surrounded by water and makes for excellent photography... Aerial or no.
Have you ever gotten an amazing birds-eye view of Pennsylvania? Share below.