Headed home from Southern California, I made sure to get window seats for both legs of the trip. Being in group B ensured I sat behind the wing and in the wake of the jet engine. Still, I enjoy getting the bird’s eye view of the landscape.
Headed back to work on my lunchtime ride, I took a quick snap of the field north of Costco.
A few shots out the window flying to Folsom this morning.
Headed home from Folsom, I chose the last seat on the left side of the plane, hoping to repeat a shot I took more than a year ago.
It’s interesting how the different cameras show the same view. I shot this one with my Samsung Galaxy S5, last year’s most likely with a Canon PowerShot S100.
Day-tripping to Folsom with a camera to the window. Life is good.
On my flight from Portland to Sacramento this morning, I sat on the left side of the plane. Most of the way, I looked out the window.
Headed back up the hills from Walla Walla yesterday evening, I stopped at the truck weigh station east of town to see the sunset across the valley. Then I toured some of the country roads nearby looking for a better vantage.1I was hoping for a tall, gray grain elevator in the foreground. By the time I found the road, the sunset was done and there were too many power lines for my taste. So I headed off to other roads for the above shot. As it was getting dark, I turned the other direction for this shot. The picture is low key, but those in the NW will be able to relate to the weather we’re getting this weekend.
Jamison and Yuna pose for our traditional first day of school pictures in the front yard. Unfortunately, Jamison left for school earlier than Yuna, so we didn’t get a side-by-side picture like last year.
We’re looking forward to a great school year. How about you?
The clouds were especially beautiful on the flight home from Sacramento yesterday evening.