The beginning of this year brought on an onslaught of weather to the eastern seaboard and of course, I got to fly into it, around it and enjoy the flurries. I really can't admit that I it was all joyous work, but it's all in the job description. It's what we are trained to do and must do to bring you safely from Atlanta to who knows where. Here are some shots; one with snow, one at night w/ the moonlight + Venus, and two others one of Atlanta Downtown followed by the Atlanta airport at night viewed from 11,000 feet. All these shot below were taken in the month of January.
Since I was fortunate to have two awesome flight attendants with me during a 40 hour stay in Allentown, Pennsylvania, we rented a car early morning and ventured out to three different vineyards, a chocolate factory as well as the local mountain to check out the slopes. The vineyards were quite awesome, friendly and the various ambiances' were definitely different from the traditional ones here in Southern California. For one, we don't have Ice Wine nor a freezing lake next to a cottage. Peep these.
Sometimes, when I'm sitting in the back of a plane, non-revving, I'm able to snap some awesome up close pics. Here is the airTran Atlanta Falcons themed Boeing 717 and one of Delta's newly modified 767 with winglets! What do you think of these?
Something even more cooler...two of my very good friends, Kurt, who happens to be one of my groomsman and also shares the same birthday, July 28th, had his first child, Jakob with his lovely wife Krysti. Check out the happy father and son!