Fast forward about 16 hours, which was all nigth time, so no photos, but now we are about several hours out of Sydney, and first light
as the sun is coming up behind us, it feels like we are flying to Sydney and draggin the sun with us
How awesome are these photos, after about 5 hours plus flying from New York to L.A., and then 8-9 hours from L.A. to Sydney with nothing to see outside, it's definitely nice to get these at the end of the flight.
And this is pretty much what I do on flights, catch up on all the John Stewart's Daily shows ( I download several weeks worth, but then never get the time to see them , except now on the plane ) and take awesome photos like these
Yeah, back in Australia, here we have the entrance to Port Hacking, Bundeena at the top, and Cronulla at the bottom with a tiny wave breaking onto shark island you can see , how, if there was a massive North East swell, how those swell lines would travel up port hacking and hit that sand bar
South Sydney National park cliffs, really nice coastal walk along those cliffs by the way and back around passed the entrance to port hacking and cronulla and passing directly over Voodoo's, awesome reef break near cronulla cronulla beach where there used to be some massive sand dunes, and now just a little lake. Love the plane shadow on the water and again over botany bay hard to tell, but this guyon the paddle ski, is near a pod of dolphins great time to be heading out, looks like they will have a nice day about to touch down touch down taxing to gate rollers still down come to standstill and door opens now just wait for the ok from ground crew