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Virginia from Above: An aerial view of the Museum District

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Correction: An earlier version of this story included the incorrect location of the photo. This version has been corrected. 

Ever since I received my drone license in May, I wanted to see what Richmond looks like from the West End of our city.

A couple of weeks back, as autumn crept in, I flew over the Museum District for a chance to peek at the changing colors.

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Unlike the cinematic view in the East End, the cityscape is not visible at eye level. Only from about 300 feet high does Richmond turn into uniform rows of homes — some new and some old — and you get a hint of the city’s grid pattern.

I’ve been flying drones for six months now. And as time and seasons change, I am lucky I get to see it from a bird’s-eye view.

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