Window Seat

Discussion in 'Landscape' started by cegeiss, Dec 26, 2016.

  1. Even on the most "boring" flights I try to get one. I can't count the number of cloudscapes I have. How about you guys? This is from a recent flight across the country to San Francisco.
  2. Gup

    Gup Gup

    This one was snapped over Newfoundland and Labrador in June. The arrows indicate ice bergs.
    I can't fly without snapping out the window either. In fact, I always have small binoculars in my carry-on and spend most of my daylight air time with my face glued to the window. It always fascinates me.
  3. Norman 202

    Norman 202 i am the light

    my little runway
  4. Norman 202

    Norman 202 i am the light

    this site is pathetic
  5. Norman 202

    Norman 202 i am the light

    mod, please delete extraneous posts.
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    I love window seats.
  7. Four volcanoes and a wildfire in the distance (behind Rainier near St. Helens)...
  8. Flying over the Branderberg Massive, Namibia.
  9. There's a book with that exact title by Julieanne Kost, the well-known Adobe Photoshop/Lightroom trainer. Search on Amazon.
    Here's my contribution to this thread. That's an engine on the left.
  10. Ngorongoro Crater
  11. Hi Marc,
    I did not know this book. An even more interesting choice, however, might be "Window Seat" by Gregory Dicum, who might make your next trip across the US even more interesting. Since yous ent me on this search: Another thing that came to mind is the app "Flyover Country" written by some friends of mine at the University of Minnesota. I only have a "dumb phone" so I haven't tried it myself, but you might want to check it out.
  12. From the skies over eastern Montana. There was a huge thunderstorm out the window and it made for great viewing, and a few photos. A polarizer or some ND would have been nice, but I didn't have either in hand at the time.
  13. Jackson Hole, Teton Mountain Range, Jackson Lake, Leigh Lake, and Yellowstone in the distant right. Taken on a flight from Denver to Idaho Falls.
  14. the photo.
  15. I just wish that I had brought a better camera than the simple point-and-shoot that I had available. I was not expecting both great visibility and a clean airliner window. I have taken this same flight a number of times since, and, although I have had a better camera available, have yet to use it.
    I love the colors of Bela's Namibia photograph. Looking at this photograph and J.D.M.'s, I conclude that I need to visit Africa.
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    Desert waterways near Lake Eyre in central Australia. On a recent flight from Melbourne to Darwin.
  17. Dodging thunderheads on flight into Tucson, AZ, from right-front seat of Cessna 441 Conquest II. Sometimes my job has its perks...
  18. Over the Adriatic coast, somewhere.
  19. Prague from the air.
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  20. I always liked this shot...
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  21. Somewhere over central Spain.

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