It’s amazing what you can see from a tiny aeroplane window.

Mark’s in LA for several days at the moment, talking to film and TV people, so it’s just me and the kids. The days aren’t a problem because Mark is usually at work. The kids go to bed between 9-9.30pm and then it’s just me. So I then go to bed. It’s more comfortable sitting in bed than of the sofa. There doesn’t seem to be anything interesting on the TV at that time. The only time we can talk to each other is first thing in the morning when it’s 7am my time, but 11pm LA time. We FaceTime, which is fun. It’s all going really well for him so far. But as he was flying to LA, he went over Greenland and took several photos of icebergs breaking up in the sea, which from 35,000 feet up you could still see. They must have been huge at sea level. The sea is the brightest electric blue you could imagine. But I wanted to share this photo he took. I think it’s just amazing how you can see the the sea is still frozen in some parts, the mountains still with snow on, I could go on, but choose your own words to describe how it looks.

A view of Greenland from 35,000 feet up.

A view of Greenland from 35,000 feet up.

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4 Responses to It’s amazing what you can see from a tiny aeroplane window.

  1. Allotmental says:

    Quite amazing images. My missus has just gone to Jpn so im sure she’s taken a few window pics

  2. All of you have a safe trip

    “Front seldom tell truth. To know occupants of house,

    always look in backyard.”

    Charlie Chan in London (1934)

  3. colorhound says:

    An amazing photo, Claire.

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