Currently, I am in Maine. My brother and I are in Maine to help my grandfather with a building project. I didn’t have time to go through all the photographs I took on the flight up here, but here are a few.
I found the airport a good place to practice a technique called panning. Basically you use a “slow” shutter speed (1/20 sec) and follow your moving object ing the viewfinder while shooting. This keeps the moving object in focus, but the rest is blurry due to the movement; it is used to show movement. It takes some practice, but has pretty good results. (Sorry about the bad reflection in the window, it couldn’t be helped).
(below) The plane’s wing.
(below) The plane’s wing, in thick clouds.