In April 2012, I was invited for a flight in a Cessna over Marblehead. This was before the proliferation of drones and a chance to shoot from above Marblehead seemed like a once in a lifetime opportunity. Though we didn’t stay up for long (turbulence got the better of me), we did make a few passes over familiar spots and I did my best to capture them.
This image was taken while flying high over Five Corners. The intersection can be a challenging one for newcomers with its even numbered stop signs for an odd number of roads converging here. If you look closely, you’ll see that the Warwick was only a metal frame at this point. Otherwise, this section of town hasn’t changed much in the past four years.