2.10.2015

Wordless Wednesday: Night Shots at 36,000 feet

by Mary Denman   @marydenman

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Remember that I said I found myself on a somewhat unexpected journey?
Well, it was to Warsaw, Poland and Belfort, France! 

Here are a couple of shots from the airplane on the way. 
I asked my hubby to get us seats on the left side of the plane...
I was hoping that I'd get to see the Aurora Borealis!!

And I did!!! It was amazing at 36,000 feet! 

Enjoy! More shots from the trip to come.


East Coast of the US by Mary Denman


East Coast of US by Mary Denman

Aurora Borealis at 36,000 feet by Mary Denman

Aurora Borealis at 36,000 feet by Mary Denman

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16 comments:

  1. WOW. I'm going to have to set myself a challenge to drag the camera out at night. Not sure I have the right lens or technique.

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    1. Hi Raych! I set the camera on the highest ISO and held it very still. Several shots were quite blurry because of how dark it was, and the shake of the plane.

      Have a great day!

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  2. that's really awesome! I suck so bad at night photography haha

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    1. It's not easy, but I do have some posts on taking night time shots. :) Have a great day!

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  3. Notoriously difficult to photograph but your photos are spot on!

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  4. Amazing cam skills! Those are so hard to capture and yet here they are. Lovely =)

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  5. What an amazing capture! Unreal-borealis ;)

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  6. Amazing photos especially better when clicked on nice and clear

    Have a tanfastic week :-)

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  7. Mary, stunning photos. Thanks for sharing these.

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  8. Hi, these look beautiful. I hope you will blog a little more about your trip. I am curious about how it all came together and what your experienced. :)

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  9. Up, up and away for you - how exciting. I'm just catching back on some of your older posts as I've been a tad busy - I'm looking forward to seeing you overcome the challenges of life this year. You're already flying high! Well done you :)
    Wren x

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  10. Bonjour and thanks for popping over to our blog too - it's really appreciated. Stunning photos - amazing lights. Look forward to seeing more of your work :)

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