Yesterday I returned home from several weeks in Seattle. I had my nose glued to the window, as usual. It is so easy to take for granted that we have the luxury of being able to view our planet from the vantage point of the angels.
A front was moving in from the east, bringing a late dump of snow in the Cascades. This is a shot of it moving in over Southcenter, looking east.
The cloud deck must have been about 15000 ft. Mount Rainier was buried in clouds. Can you find it? This shot is looking east, flying south. If you look closely in the bottom left of the frame, you can see another jet flying below us.
Then we turned east, flying below Mount Rainier. Little Tahoma peak stuck its head out, right of the summit.The mighty Columbia River brings life to eastern Washington. Irrigation circles dot the landscape near Paterson.Cotton ball clouds somewhere over Texas.
Back on the ground. Glad to be home.