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Canadian Rockies

I took this photograph from my plane’s window seat on way to Amsterdam from Seattle. These are probably the Canadian Rockies and you run into them within couple of hours of taking off from the Seattle Tacoma airport. I was pleasantly surprised at the clarity of this picture, which might even lead you into believing that I was there on a chartered chopper for a private little sortie (while in reality I was ensconced snugly in my spacious economy class seat).





posted: 16.5.04

7 Comments

Unbelivable...Beautiful!!

By Blogger Manoj Agarwal, at 17.5.04  



Thanks Manoj!

By Blogger Deepak, at 17.5.04  



National geographic material man...NG material! Awesome...

By Blogger kawaljit, at 17.5.04  



Thanks Kawaljit!

By Blogger Deepak, at 18.5.04  



When were you at Redmond in May. We could have met here... when are you coming next?...

By Blogger Teucer, at 12.6.04  



Cool pics. Reminds me of the time I was flying Chicago-Tokyo and we went over Alaska. Snapped some pics, take a peek here:

http://www.mit.edu/~dsarda/Memories/USA/back-us/

The beauty about photos like these is that they attain a painting like characteristic - leaving reality behind. The varying air density is the reason I guess, but whatever it is... looking awesome!

deepak (yeah, me too!)
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http://www.antrix.net/journal/

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12.6.04  



Cool pics. Reminds me of the time I was flying Chicago-Tokyo and we went over Alaska. Snapped some pics, take a peek here:

http://www.mit.edu/~dsarda/Memories/USA/back-us/

The beauty about photos like these is that they attain a painting like characteristic - leaving reality behind. The varying air density is the reason I guess, but whatever it is... looks awesome!

deepak (yeah, me too!)
----
http://www.antrix.net/journal/

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12.6.04  


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