September 8, 2010
by Helen Anne Travis
Other posts by Helen Anne Travis
One of Michelle’s earliest memories is seeing a smoke stack from a plane and asking her mom if it was a “cloud maker.”
She took this picture in Spring 2010 on a flight from Atlanta to Houston.
Dallas Fort Worth Airport From The Airplane Window
A Brief History of Brazil, and Obligatory Airplane Window Photo
Copenhagen From An Airplane Window
Coogee Beach, Australia From An Airplane Window
Aruba From An Airplane Window
Osaka, Japan From An Airplane Window
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Named after Simon Bolivar, a leader in South America’s independence from Spain, Plaza Bolivar is an essential stop when visiting Bogota, even if you only stay long enough to toss some corn at the pigeons and pet a few llamas.
Mike Camunas snapped this pic of Mount Rainier on a trip to Seattle this fall.
Before the theme parks and the towering beachside condos, before the headlines about zombie cats and jokes about retirement homes, Florida was literally a wild place.