Quite often we find ourselves thinking that things often look better when we step back and take a look from a distance.

Have you ever taken a few moments to look at the Jersey Shore, but from say 10,000 feet above?

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Recently we took a quick trip to Florida and I said to myself why not grab a few photos from the airplane and share with you a few views from above. All the the photos in the photo gallery I have attached are probably views of Cape May County along the Cape May area beachfront. The photos include the extreme tip or end of New Jersey just beforeleaving the Garden State and heading over open waters to Delaware, which doesn’t take very long at all by plane.

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I really like how the shoreline looks from this height, its very clear and you can see the beach outlines, something you don’t see from ground level. 

If you have any cool Jersey Shore aerial photos please share below and post in the comments section below  

For the record I usually prefer an aisle seat to the window but on this trip, which is usually pretty quick, I stayed with the window seat….and decided to take some aerial pics to share with you. Obviously the middle seat is the absolute worst…..usually a last minute booking? How do you like to fly ? Aisle, middle or window? 

Next time you fly maybe take a few minutes to look out and see our gorgeous Jersey Shore from the clouds ☁️

A View of the Jersey Shore From 10,000 Feet Above

Photos from above the Jersey Shore

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