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A 3.5 minute video of the Alabama Hills at the base of the Eastern Sierra near Lone Pine, California. Taken with the Mavic Air.

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A 3.5 minute video of the Alabama Hills at the base of the Eastern Sierra near Lone Pine, California. Taken with the Mavic Air.

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A 3.5 minute video of the Alabama Hills at the base of the Eastern Sierra near Lone Pine, California. Taken with the Mavic Air.

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That was very well done and quite educational. I have never been to Alabama, but I would not have guessed that it had beautiful scenery like that.
 
That was very well done and quite educational. I have never been to Alabama, but I would not have guessed that it had beautiful scenery like that.
I agree, a great video. Btw, video was in California, not in Alabama, we don't have snow covered mountains like those in the background.
 
I agree, a great video. Btw, video was in California, not in Alabama, we don't have snow covered mountains like those in the background.
Duh! I guess I stopped reading after Alabama Hills! Thanx for the correction.
 
That was very well done and quite educational. I have never been to Alabama, but I would not have guessed that it had beautiful scenery like that.
Funny. Actually the Alabama Hills were named as part of a feud by locals during the civil war between the North and the South. It was named after the CSS Alabama, a warship on the confederate side. Some Northerners then named a nearby area (Kearsarge Pass) after the USS Kearsarge, a warship that hunted confederate raiders and ultimately sunk the Alabama.
 
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