For the newbies among you, I have a filthy habit:
I take a lot of aerial photographs.
Pick any of my landscape shots, and I’d wager at least 80% of the ones uploaded are taken from the air, preferably not including the plane window, and avoiding the wings if I can help it. But sometimes, they make for a nice framing device.
Two years ago, I made a trip to my old home, Chicago, and on the return flight I caught the Accidental Borealis (up until last week, it was my most popular photo challenge entry). I don’t tend to sleep on planes, so I spent the entire flight staring out of the window and probably irritating the other passengers with my camera’s incessant clicking. As much as I enjoyed flying into the night, leaving it behind was just as entrancing. So, here’s an unused shot – and trust me, I have a lot of them.For more ‘filth’:
Take Me Back (to Thailand) | Le Grand Bornand | Chicago | Finale | Snow-Capped Devils
CHECK IN: The radio-silence continues from the home-front. The battle with the long list of stuff mentioned last week is still in full swing, and shows no signs of letting up. Admittedly, it’s hard to tell, but I like to think I’m winning…