ALPS FROM A GREAT HEIGHT…


Generally speaking, I find that photographs taken from an aeroplane window are less than satisfactory. One has to have a window seat, for a start. And clean, clear, unscratched windows – a relative rarity. And good weather. Occasionally, it can work. I took these views with an iPhone earlier this year as we flew over the Alps. The photographic variables were more or less aligned in my favour…

The Alps from 30,000 feet (Keith Salvesen)The Alps from 30,000 feetThe Alps from 30,000 feet (Keith Salvesen)The Alps from 30,000 feetThe Alps from 30,000 feet (Keith Salvesen)

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2 thoughts on “ALPS FROM A GREAT HEIGHT…

  1. It kind of came together, Lucy. I agree about the apocalypse – once one had cleared the clouds and got above all the Sahara sand and Iberian smoke. Scary being flown through it maybe. Anyway, your ground level pics were excellent! RH

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