Fashion should be fun and with my photography I love to create those fun moments.
Departure was 10 pm or so, so got a nice view of London at night time fast forward 8-9 hours, all the cabins windows were down, so was dark in cabin, but knew ther would be something to see outside. So went to the galley and used the window on the door, and at first, as it was so bright, I thought I was looking at a landscape of snow, that confused me for a second as I figured we would somewhere over the middle east, so snow ? But as my eyes adjusted it was an endless sea of sand dunes, hmmm, glass facrory anyone ? quite spectacular to see looks like just sand sand, but did a little google search and they do frow a lot of hay, wheat down there, apparently. have a mountain range on horizon, but could not find a name for it on google earth. thousands and thousands of years of natural erosion
opening of the montain into Almar Almar Caghatay There are about half a dozen towns on that hillside, can you see them
Tahkt-e Zaghan bottom left and Parkhis in the middle Parkhis incredible landscape, and in springtime, you will see a lot of poppy flowers in these hills fertile valley in the middle note to British airways, your plastic window covers need replacing, just a few scratches on there about an hour later, over india breakfastis being served
end of the ganges delta little love heart, as that's whom I'm on my way to see Char Lakshmi under the cloud oh woauw, my first airial rainbow zoom in who's ever seen a rainbow from up high before ? bay of bengal tranquil Thai coastline, probably near Tumbru Thailand
a lot of water, never realised how much of the farmland outside of Bangkok was like this approaching Bangkok what farmland looks like outside of Bangkok