I’m still roughly a week behind in my emails. Sorry to you all. I try to read and comment for a little each day but you all keep making more posts!! lol. Currently my inbox has about 391 posts still to read. 🙂
Therefore, today’s post is courtesy of last week’s Sunday Stills challenge to photograph a plane.
I have travelled to Sydney and Melbourne a few times now and I am always happy if I can get a window seat. It doesn’t always happen but sometimes it does.
These photos were taken on my last trip to Melbourne (via Sydney) using my little Canon point and shoot as I didn’t take my EOS450D with me this time. Making sure the baggage goes on the plane and unloading the previous passengers before we get on. These planes often do three or four flights between cities each day.
Into the wild blue yonder. It really is quite surreal up above the clouds. (At this point I would like to point out that these photos have been reduced in quality and saved for web so they have a few aberrations).
I was excited to see the snowfields of both New South Wales and Victoria on this flight. This is Lake Jindabyne and surrounding snowfields in New South Wales.
Up close and personal with another plane. Busy traffic on the tarmac at the airport in Sydney.
I am off to sewing this morning to begin work on something for Mr Almost-Four. The weather is very cool and overcast this morning which is in stark contrast to the week just past.
Much is happening in life and much is still being processed by my mind. There are ups and there are downs and I am trying to find somewhere in the middle to stake my claim. 🙂
Have a great weekend all. 🙂