Cloud Share

When I manage to get off the ground I find myself amazed at the experience. Luckily I’ve been able to share the past few trips with my son (who I’m happy to say is equally impressed).

It’s a shift in perspective that I cherish. The view is mesmerizing. The scale, humbling. And it’s, I hope, a taste of the future, where maybe instead of flying to Wisconsin we’ll journey to SPACE!

On my most recent flights I captured some photographs out the window that I enjoy, and want to share. So here are twelve images, at their highest resolution. Nothing spectacular, and mostly of clouds. If you can find a use for them, great, whether as wallpaper or a background in a design. Just don’t be a bad person (and sell them/claim they are yours/other stupid things I shouldn’t have to list but probably need to).

They were all taken with my glorious Pentax K-01 (discontinued, for shame!) and the hilariously small 40mm f/2.8 pancake lens. Words can’t describe how much I love this camera/lens combo.

Go, be free, photos, out into the world! If you make something cool with one/some of these images I’d love to see. Or, you know, buy some of my other stuff that isn’t free. Or don’t, whatever.

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