|Ann Arbor, looking northwest from above the South U area.|
The Diag is visible in the center, with Palmer Field on the right edge of the photo.
|Michigan Stadium, during the construction of the new video scoreboards in 2011.|
|Overlooking the University's hospital complex, with downtown Ann Arbor in the background.|
Ann Arbor has a surprisingly large general aviation community; several flight schools and other clubs & organizations call the Ann Arbor Airport home. And A2's aviation history dates all the way back to the early 1900s — the club I fly with (the Michigan Flyers) was donated a Wright Model B in 1915. Today, thousands of aviators take to the skies over Ann Arbor every year; the airport's two runways average 161 takeoffs & landings every day.
|Departing Ann Arbor to the west at night.|
The orange lights in the distance are Detroit and its suburbs.