A mighty river

I’m continuing with some of our aerial shots taken on a LAX bound flight that my hubby & I took in September 2006.

This looks like a gorgeous strand of silver, as seen from up in the air. There’s even a fork, where it’s waters seperate.
You can check out 2 other pics, in seperate posts after this one.

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9 thoughts on “A mighty river

  1. Good morning 🙂

    Ro- Howzit; hey, I didn’t think of Google earth ! Maybe if they did it this way, the details would be more striking .

    Carolyn- Hi there; I was just back from your blog. Thank you. All the aerials are from D. I’ll pass on the kind words. Enjoy the sunshine. We can too in Paris, but you need to layer and wear your woolies. XX

    Anne- Merci mon amie : I had no credit here; it was D’s work. I’m glad that you enjoyed it.
    XO to you too. Stay warm and cool head as we approach the last shopping weekend before Christmas.

  2. Bonjour Barbara!

    Just catching up on your last few posts…..WOW!!!

    All of the photos are incredible, especially the ones of the SNOW!!!

    (you know ME and snow)

    Please tell Mr. Didier I said, “BRAVO!”

    Thanks for sharing, my friend!

    {{{{{ hugs }}}}}

    xoxo

  3. Zhu- Yes, I would take it with a hearty laugh if our mighty river is just a stream 🙂
    You never know; it looked huge from up there, but like you said it’s perspective.

    See you soon, chérie X

    Ron- Hellooo my buddy ! Did you enjoy your window seat views ? I’m glad you enjoyed it !
    It makes me appreciate the world that’s around me when I see such natural beauties.

    Thank you for your encouragement; I pass on your compliments to Didier !

    Take care honey & don’t let the turkeys get you down !
    (((((( Ronnie)))))))))

  4. Hi B,
    Thank you ! My husband & I were thrilled that pics taken thousands of feet up were this beautiful. I was happy to share this aerial trip with you.
    Happy holidays and come back anytime in 2010 to enjoy our travel pictures.

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