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Chesapeake Stories: A view from above with aerial photographer Hunter Harris



July 20, 2010

Aerial Photographer Hunter Harris shares his collection of “now & then” aerial photographs comparing his work with aerials taken in the 1930’s by H. Robins Hollyday.

Produced by Matt Rath
Music: “BTNECK” by val blurock
Hunter H. Harris (Aloft Aerial Photography) - Interviewee and Owner of Modern Day Images
H. Robins Hollyday - 1930’s Aerial Images
The Historical Society of Talbot County - Owner of Hollyday’s Images
Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum - Host of “The Bay from Above” Exhibit featured in the Interview

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