Tip the world over on its side and everything loose will land in Los Angeles.
– Frank Lloyd Wright
Last week I flew from Newark, NJ to Los Angeles where I spent five days before returning to my home on Staten Island. Because it was the first time I had flown in twenty years, I found it very exciting. I was taking photos like a mad woman. These are some of the photos that I took from the plane that I thought were my best. I hope someone beside me will find them interesting. To see more photos of my trip, visit me on Flickr.
This photo I took coming home. Going to Los Angeles, clouds were below us the entire time, and I couldn’t see anything except clouds until we got to L.A. The round circles, I’ve been informed, are irrigation circles.
I had window seats going and coming so that I could take photos. Very small seats on airplane with hardly any room for my computer–got to get a smaller computer. I flew on Continental. Both flights, to and from
L.A. very pleasant. However, on both flights, the person sitting next to me had no interest in talking to me whatsoever. I just read that on September 27, a new heat record of 113 degrees was set in L.A. That was the morning I left.