rising sun slices through the morning sky.
A flight from Mather to Hillsboro took off much too early this morning. Sitting on the left side,
my tired eyes were spared a bright sunrise, but not the 1 sinking moon.
Another flight, another opportunity to take pictures out the plane’s windows. When I posted
this picture to Instagram and Facebook, my friends confused seat 1A with first class. Unfortunately, that’s not the case on the Embraer ERJ 145. 1
I spent Wednesday through Friday in Folsom with my team. Flying home on the “nerd bird,”
I caught the 1 setting sun.
I took an early morning flight from PDX to SMF this morning. As usual, I sat by the window and took pictures. These are my favorites.
Venus and the crescent moon float in the descending darkness.
I learned something this evening on the way home:
the best view of the jet engine intake is not the back row — it’s the second to the back row. Good to know.
This morning’s flight to Mather left on time, meaning we were flying long before the sun was up.
Whenever I fly, I get a window seat. Sometimes, it’s over the wing.
Regardless, there’s always a 1 beautiful view. This time, it was a sunset peeking out from behind the winglet.