Friday, September 23, 2011

Skywatch Friday: 30,000' Edition!

Had to travel all week for work, so really didn't see much other than the inside of planes (back and forth to San Jose), airports, and my hotel. I did manage to get a couple pics on my iPhone during my travel, sooooo...  Happy Skywatch Friday!
Seat 10A:  Pacific Ocean from about 30,000', with coastal fog in the foreground.
Sunset at the airport... waiting for my flight.

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  1. Pretty good shots for a phone camera! Keep up the good work. A+

  2. I've not done much flying but when I have been in-flight (other than night-time) I have been amazed at the clouds and view below. I like your first photo, if the plane windows were better it would look fabulous.

  3. Thanks for visiting my blog. Isn't it great to have a cell phone that can take pictures!! Nice shots of the sun. Have a great weekend. Mickie :)

  4. Thank you for your visit to my blog(s) and for the comment you left me there.

    I don't own a cell phone. One of our daughters has one and uses it all the time. She is also training to be a nurse and much of her college work is done via her cell phone. I think they have been improving the lenses and the inner workings of many cell phones so the quality of the picture is beginning to approach the SLR type. If I got a cell phone I don't know what I would do with it since I don't go anywhere.

  5. All are great, my favorite would be the sunset at the airport..some folks would sit and wait and not even notice the sun through the window.

    Great effects on all the pics

  6. Your pics are awesome. Twenty years ago if we heard someone say they had taken pictures with their phone we would think they were hallucinating. :-)

    Thanks so much for your visit. God bless!

  7. It's better to have a good job than the opposite, right?
    Your photos is good enough to illustrate what you here says.

    Have a Nice Sunday


  8. Love both of these photos. Great captures! :)

  9. first shot is intriguing
    pulled me in from the skywatch site