A few more aerial photos

These are a few more aerial photos that I have taken recently whilst flying to various destinations. I am never certain why people request an aisle seat when the best entertainment is often looking out of the window. What I have noticed though is that more and more you are requested to lower the window blinds when in flight. At least on British Airways you are told to have them open on take off and landing.

I booked a window seat on a flight towards the end of last year. I settled into my seat and prepared for some great views, camera at the ready. To my amazement a passenger in the row behind reached over my seat and closed the window blind next to where I was sitting. I expressed my disquiet, opened the window blind and thankfully enjoyed some great views. Sadly accompanied by some grumbling from behind.
Below are a few more aerial photos taken, mainly during in the last 12 months.

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Take off from Jersey on a day when there is a westerly swell. There is some superb paddling along the cliffs to the north of the bay.
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The Isle of Wight seen whilst flying from Birmingham to Paris There is quite a lot of high quality paddling potential in this picture.
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Isla San Jose seen whilst flying north towards Phoenix. We had paddled the coast a few days earlier. The mangroves are just visible bottom left.
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Departure from Jeju, an island off South Korea. Behind is Hallasan, a volcano, rising to 1950 metres, and the highest mountain in South Korea. We had reached the summit a couple of days earlier. An amazing fact is that Jeju – Seoul is the worlds busiest air route. On the flight to Seoul it was clear that the coast of South Korea offered amazing potential for sea kayaking, sadly there was no paddling on this trip.
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The north coast of Jersey, with Bonne Nuit pier visible. One of the more popular places on the island to go paddling.