Weekly Photo Challenge: Up in the Air

As I boarded the plane in Vancouver, Canada heading for Incheon, South Korea, I checked my iPhone one last time and found this week’s photo challenge in my inbox: perfect timing. I am so grateful to have been able to see Canada from this perspective.

Above northern British Columbia, Canada – August 26, 2011

Byongchan’s window seat

I think we had already been in the air an hour when I took this picture.

Blue glacier waters

Making the flight bearable

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27 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Up in the Air

  1. A nice photojournal of air travel – I particularly liked Byongchan’s window seat :-) Stay away from those Pretzels – there’s enough salt in that packet to sink the Bismarck!

    1. I’m happy to meet another teacher here! Thank you for stopping by and thank you for the comments. You are right, it was a lucky day.

      You’ve actually stumbled upon my personal blog. I have another blog devoted to teaching that you may enjoy http://www.throwingbacktokens.com. It’s a blog for me to reflect on my teaching and learning experiences. Like you, in a sense, it is a place to release, but most importantly, to grow. Stop by if you wish, but come back here if it suits you more :) Take care!

    1. Haha…yes. It is fun! However, these shots were taken with my Panasonic Lumix. As much as I enjoy the camera on my iPhone, it doesn’t quite do the trick. Thank you for stopping by!

    1. Actually the temperature in Vancouver that day was about 28 Celsius! That’s why seeing this winter scene was a surprise. Of course it wasn’t 28 degrees in those mountains :P Thanks for stopping by!

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