Window Seat

I flew back from Edmonton to Vancouver this afternoon. It was a lovely day over the Rocky Mountains and we seemed to be cruising at a fairly low altitude. After 30 minutes of staring out the window at the clouds and mountains passing by it occured to me to take a few photos. The Ricoh GR3s 28mm equivalent wide angle lens was a bit wide as I was seated just behind the wing. Some fairly significant cropping allowed me to get the wing out of these images. I need to find a large rubber lens hood or cone to minimize reflections on the windows!

Also a few iPhone photos from my outbound flight from Vancouver a few days earlier.

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