Looking Up Perspective!

 

No, this is not a thesaurus.   It’s just a perspective! 

Wednesday was an unusually cold day for March 22nd, but brilliantly clear as a chance intersection was happening overhead. Around 4500′ (2480 m,) the United  jet was on a base leg approaching Newark Airport while the two high altitude planes were cruising SW,  likely near 30,000 ft. (16,500 m.) 

As usual, click on the image for a closer look, and thanks for viewing. Comments are always welcome. M 🙂

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About mvschulze

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6 Responses to Looking Up Perspective!

  1. disperser says:

    So many these days fancy themselves highfalutin flyers above the rest of us. Your grounded perspective is refreshing.

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    • disperser says:

      That 767-322 is long in the tooth. Looks like its certificate expires in November of this year. It was certified in 2005.

      Interesting . . . it’s registered owner is Wells Fargo Bank Northwest NA Trustee, out of Utah.

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      • mvschulze says:

        Ownership and taxes….there’s always an angle! Despite very low fuel costs, they cram the seats in, take away food service, even luggage racks in some cases, and usually provide broken entertainment. It was better years ago! M 🙂

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  2. Perspective certainly does change things doesn’t it? 🙂 Just look at that pristine sky…apart from the contrails of course! I can well imagine just looking at it how cold it’s been there! Great pics as always Marty 🙂

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