Lives based on having are less free than lives based on either doing or on being. ~William James, via Interlude
The image is taken in Sedona, Arizona.
Post in response to Ese’s Weekly Shoot & Quote Challenge.
As mentioned previously, I spent a lot of time in airports and on planes this week. Throughout the week, I was amazed at the number of people that are involved in making it possible for us to travel via air. Below is a compilation of several images that I took with my camera phone:
Thanks to all who make traveling possible, and thanks for another great challenge from A Word in your Ear!
I’ve been traveling this week, and this is a picture taken with my phone following the landing in Washington, DC:
I tried taking some pictures during the flight, but the weather was so poor that I didn’t get any good shots. On the way home, however, I was able to take this picture with a Canon Powershot:
It’s fun being in the window seat and getting a different perspective of the world. Sometimes we need to move around and interact in ways that aren’t part of our daily ritual to break free and see the world differently.
That’s one of the benefits of our ability to connect with each other over great distances. Thanks to all who stop by and click the “like” button, and especially to those that have left comments. I learn from each of your comments and appreciate you taking the time to provide your perspective and insights.
Visiting other’s blogs and interacting is like looking out a window and gaining a different perspective on the world.