The view from a Delta window seat at 32k truly is amazing. #KeepTheShadeOpen

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Hello MSP!

I thought I would quickly share some of the amazing shots I took on the way out to Las Vegas this past Friday on the way to FTU. Really, I cannot say anything that will top the views out the window from my Delta flights so just click on any of the shots for a full screen slide show.

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Amazing right. I know the shade open vs. the shade closed is a “hot” debate item and I often keep mine closed when working on my laptop, but when you see sights like these, you can 100% forgive anyone who chooses to keep it open.

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Oh and one last shot that may be on the ground but my I love to visit any airport that just happens to have an AMEX Centurion lounge! – René

 

 

 

2 comments

  1. Thanks for the pics Rene. Glad I’m not the only one who finds the landscape in and out Vegas to be so interesting. Coming from the east coast(usually ATL), I find the terrain incredibly surreal. Virtually nor population for miles around, no roads, great hills and mountains. No trees on the barren brown landscape. Even Hoover Dam. Thanks again.

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