I’ve often written about my fondness for the window seat on an airplane. For me, it’s like unfolding a map and seeing it come to life. From our normal vantage point on land, we don’t see that Italy is shaped like a boot. But from 38,000 feet in the air, unique geographic features are readily identifiable.
On a recent flight from Bonaire to Houston, we took a route that followed uncharted territory for me (presumably to avoid a tropical storm brewing in the mid-northern Caribbean). Here are some shots from my window seat.
And moving on to another Caribbean country…
If you like my aerial shots, here are some others-
Islands from 38,000 Feet – including shots from Australia & The Great Barrier Reef, Maldives, French Polynesia, and Dominican Republic