December 7, 2014

New York City from 10,000 Feet

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Last week I was flying back from an engagement session in Atlanta, and got the window seat for a change because it was a short term booking of the ticket! Usually I prefer the aisle seat to work during the flight and get some photo editing done since that 15″ Macbook takes up the entire economy seat on a Delta plane =). Even though we live in New York I am basically an Indian wedding photographer based out of both Atlanta and New York and have been spending much more time on planes commuting between the two cities which are at least Delta hubs. The nice quiet flight is a good solid hour and a half I can just sit in a seat and at least organize photos from the current weekend’s trip whether it was down for an engagement session or the full weekend Indian wedding. Here are a few photos from the return flight out of Atlanta to LaGuardia, we flew over Manhattan a bit on the descent so got an awesome view of the city lit up at night.

New York City from Above

New York City from Above

New York City from Above

New York City from Above

New York City from Above

New York City from Above

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