A European Sky. Taken from a plane in the skies between Dublin and Paris.
572 views @ 29th March 2013.
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THIS IS AMAZING!!!!How far up were you?What were you in?It looks like you were high enough to be going into outer space!!!!
Gald you think so. I took this image from a Ryan Air plane. I’m sure it was a couple of thousand feet up…wouldn’t really know that one..But one thing I don’t like about taking photos through those little windows in that those windows are double vacuumed or whatever you would call it and it’s not so easy to place your camera up against them. Also the windows are cloudy in appearance which effects the colour in the image. But I just love all of the ariel view images that you can when flying.
I have this wonderful book at home called “Grand Design, the earth from above” by Georg Gerster and the ariel view images in it are quite spectacular. :)
– Orla Cahill
I love how the clouds make it look like waves ….like you are looking through water to the underwater coral or something!What a concept after all water is just 2 Helium & one oxygen which are in the sky too! – or so they say!Brilliant! ☼Chookas! X♥X
Interesting concept. Pleased it brings some pleasure to your eyes. :)
Absolutely a masterpiece from that high.
You were much much higher than 2000 feet. Maybe 32,000 feet. My husband flys. Your are near the edge of space when you can see the horrizon.Great capture
Thank you. Really…you think 32k feet? Didn’t think I would ever have been that high up. Well to be honest I wouldn’t have a clue how high up I would have been. Whatever height a normal airline flies at…that’s what it would have been. I always love the view from an airplane. I’m sure you do too. Just such a pity the tiny double vacuumed window in the plane restrists one’s view so much. Thank’s for visiting. And thanks for the fav. :)
Most airplanes stay around 32,000 feet to be out of the lower flight traffic. when There are on a long distance flight.
Fantastic! Congratulations on your Feature!
Thank you Pamela. :)
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Thank you very much for the feature Jen. :)