While everyone is getting ready for tomorrow's big unveiling from Cupertino, we decided to head West to visit our friends in the RainyDayLA office. The recent weather in Boston may have something to do with the trip, but don't tell our managers that!
Somebody made a mistake and booked us on a 7:20AM flight (meaning we had to get to Logan by 5:30AM for the TSA pat-down), we managed to stay awake for most of it. The advantage of being awake and having a window seat was we got to see the Grand Canyon from 40,000 feet.
These shots were taken through the double-paned acrylic passenger window. They are a bit soft, but came out better then we would have thought. Next time we will being some polarizing filters
to get rid of the haze and make the colors pop a bit more. We did see some pretty cool natural rock formations.
We also noticed some rather odd rectangular patches. They look man-made, but we were unable to identify any structures or reasons for them.
Drop us a note if you think you know what they may be.
The flight in was uneventful, but most enjoyable. We fly on American Airlines when we can because "They Know Why We Fly." Also, in our "other" life we did a lot of work for AA so we have a boatload of frequent flier miles with them :-) [Permalink] -RainyDayLA Visit