Planeviews.

JFK and beyond.  April 30, 2012.

Photography as therapy.  Great as it is to visit the world, traveling the first leg of 5,500 miles in a Boeing 777-300 ER (Extended Range) – 208 feet long with a 197-foot wingspan, capable of carrying 289 passengers 7,930 nautical miles going 564 miles per hour at 41,100 feet – generates waves of acrophobia leading up to and into flight.  It’s helped to have done it for years, but the act of taking pictures provides a comforting illusion of taking control.  And often results in beautiful imagery.

One Response to “Planeviews.”

  1. Awesome plane and airport shots! I’m absolutely in love with the whole experience of air travel as much as I’m in love with seeing new places. There is such a strong feeling of nostalgia whenever I see airports, planes, and airlines all come together!

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