This weekend, I flew from Portland to Sacramento and back. Time for an engine shot!
In fact, they are arranged in random order. Refresh the page to see another order. Have fun! Do it again and again. ;-)
Last year, I was able to limit myself to my 10 favorite photos. This year, I couldn’t make the cut.
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.
Flying home, I looked out the window to see the setting sun reflected on the nacelle and leading edge of the wing.
Looking out the window this morning.
Nighttime flights don’t result in great views of the ground. And rush seating doesn’t always result in me remembering where I sat.
After a month or so of not traveling, it’s back on the “road” again. Thanks to my trip to Taipei last year, I get the shorter TSA lines and can sit near the front of the plane. I’m not sure I like the front any better than the far back. Either gets you off the plane fairly quickly.
I had a window seat, but the weather was bleak most of the way. Rather than taking a bunch of pictures, I read a book.
Flying from Taipei to Narita, I saw the wing, some clouds, and water. From Narita to PDX, I’m looking forward to seeing the backsides of my eyelids.