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A Bird's Eye View of Whidbey Island

by WhidbeyLocal.com 13th March 2017

A Bird's Eye View of Whidbey Island (#1) (North End)

 

A Birds Eye View of Whidbey Island was filmed in over Whidbey Island in 2 separate flights and these are best viewed at large screen image with sound on. We hope you enjoy the beauty of Whidbey Island.

 

 

A Bird's Eye View of Whidbey Island (#2) South End

 

 

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
13th March 2017 12:00 am.
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