I fly a lot and I like to take my mind off the fact that I’m thousands of feet above solid ground moving through the air at great speeds, so I usually end up taking pictures out of the window of the plane for most of the flight’s duration. I especially like to take my mind off flying when it’s being done in a small turboprop plane with exposed engines and lots of turbulence. So here’s my trip from Phu Quoc Island to Ho Chi Minh City in southern Vietnam. It’s only a 50-minute flight, but you fly over some great landscapes. Rice fields, rivers, cities, etc. So here’s to my incessant and irrational fear of flying.
Flying Over Vietnam
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2 thoughts on “Flying Over Vietnam”
Great series! (And I understand your feelings about flying – high and fast.)
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