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Aerial Photography of the United States Featuring Snowscapes

Aerials Only Photo Gallery of Snowscapes

View over 10,000 Aerial Images by Joseph R. Melanson joseph@skypic.com
We show your world from a higher perspective

Aerial photography is our way of life. Welcome to the Snowscapes page of the website of the Aerials Only Gallery. These photos were taken on January 29, 2005, days after Cape Cod received the deepest recorded snowfall in history. This page displays "thumbnails" of the aerial photographs. Click on the thumbnail or the description below it to enlarge the picture to full-screen size. You can click on the description to view the picture even if the thumbnail has not loaded yet. With a 56K modem, the thumbnails will load completely in less than 2 minutes.

You may need to scroll down the image to see the entire aerial picture. Serial number and title of each photo are displayed on the image. Then use the back button on your browser to return to this page.

All our aerial photographs are taken with 2 x 3 inch negatives for superb clarity and sharpness. Your monitor shows the pictures at about 75 dpi while the actual aerial photographs are 3000 dpi. Enlargements are hand printed and color corrected in our own lab. We sell aerial photographs in sizes ranging from 16 x 20 inches to 30 x 40 inches. Here is a pricing and order form. You may also telephone your order to the Aerials Only Gallery at 508-295-5551 or shop in person at our gallery location at 3173 Cranberry Highway, Wareham, MA; here are driving directions. We ship throughout the free world.

Now sit back, relax, and get ready to enter the wild blue yonder.

All Rights Reserved. Aerials Only Photographs are protected by Federal Copyright. Reproduction of any kind without written permission is theft. This web page is not shareware. Do not download, print, manipulate, or scan our images.

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These pictures were taken on January 29, 2005, days after the deepest snowfall ever recorded on Cape Cod.

Cape Cod from Woods Hole (shows entire Cape)

Cape Cod from Woods Hole (shows entire Cape)

Cape Cod and P-town (shows entire Cape)

Woods Hole to Chatham

Woods Hole to frozen Buzzards Bay

Woods Hole to frozen Buzzards Bay

Naushon Island to frozen Buzzards Bay, Robinsons Hole Bay

Naushon Island, Robinsons Hole, to Canal, P-town, Chatham, Martha's Vineyard

Woods Hole to Cuttyhunk (looking south)

Elizabeth Islands, Naushon, Robinsons, Quicks to Cuttyhunk

Falmouth, Chapoquoit Beach to Cuttyhunk (looking south)

Woods Hole to Martha's Vineyard

Woods Hole to New Bedford

Falmouth, Old Silver Beach to Cape Cod Canal

Bourne and Wareham, Cape Cod Canal, Great Neck, Mashnee Island

Bourne and Wareham, Onset, Canal, Great Neck, to P-town

Wareham, Great Neck to Mashnee Island

Wareham to Boston, Great Neck, Onset

New Bedford to Quicks Hole

New Bedford, frozen harbor

So. Dartmouth to the Cape Cod Canal

So. Dartmouth to the Cape Cod Canal

Blue Skies