Almarie was enjoying her flight one morning enroute to Calgary. She says: TThis is what it looked like as we broke through the upper cloud ceiling into a cloud-less pocket before descending into the clouds again. What a sight!” It sure is — and we on the ground, thank you!
DID YOU KNOW? A commonly used cruising altitude for jet powered airliners is 30,000 feet (from 5 to 7miles). The air in the Earth’s atmosphere becomes thinner as altitude increases. As the air becomes thinner, it creates less resistance to objects flying through it. That is why airplanes fly more efficiently at higher altitudes.
THE SKY’S THE LIMIT PEOPLE! BUT IT’S PERFECTLY FINE TO KEEP YOUR FOCUS AT GROUND LEVEL. CAPTURE MOTHER NATURE OR HER CREATURES AND SEND US YOUR FRESH AIR PHOTO MOMENT. UPLOAD YOUR PICS TODAY!!