anna brones

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View From the Train

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Nothing like a gorgeous train ride to kick off a long Thanksgiving weekend. The weather in Portland was crisp and clear, with Mount Hood outlined by the bright blue sky and yellow trees on the horizon.

I love taking the train because it allows the time to decompress and prep for vacation; like a buffer zone between everyday life and relax time. A lunch of goat cheese, salami and satsumas along with a thermos of cider makes that trip even more perfect.

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November 25, 2009 at 15:04

View From Above

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Denmark from above

Denmark from above

I love that moment right before a plane’s descent where you have a clear view of everything underneath you and what you’re about to experience. The feeling is a blend of excitement and anticipation if you’re headed somewhere new; happiness to come home and sadness to leave where you’ve been if you’re on the return.

This photo was taken last week flying over Denmark on my way to Sweden. The clouds and water were hit with sunshine in such a way that made the landscape look almost unreal. Impressive what one can shoot just out of an airplane window.

Written by Anna Brones

September 23, 2009 at 00:33