These snowflake like crystals formed on my plane window at 37,000 feet and minus 78 degrees Fahrenheit. Yeah, that’s pretty cold!! Brrrrrrrrrrrr
My Awesome Pics
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Hey Folks!! I took what I felt were some pretty nice pictures from the plane while leaving Toronto Canada heading back to Santiago, Chile to continue my visiting scholar experience at the Universidad Católica del Maule. I am completing my Ph.D in Adult Education Learning and Organization Development from the University of Georgia in Athens, GA. I am studying the topic of Civic Engagement within the context of graduate level adult learning at public and private universities in Chile. Hope you all enjoy these pics. They begin with some nighttime shots of Toronto, Canada as I am leaving the airport. I have a Sony Bloggie Touch camera which is super great for my purposes of video and picture capturing with my research. However, there is no flash with this camera so nighttime pictures are a challenge. Nevertheless, all things considered, I think the night shots are super impressive for it not being a camera designed for night time filming. Enjoy! Disfruta! :)
Nighttime Over Toronto
View of the wonder of Chile’s Andes Mountain Range aka “The Dragon’s Back“
Can’t imagine how cold -78 degrees Fahrenheit would feel at 37,000 feet above sea level, but my windows did.
More pictorial awesomeness!
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So happy to be back with my friends in Chile. I really missed them and loved how happy they were to see me back again too!🙂
Jeannette at the Universidad Católica del Maule is one of my favorite people here in Chile. ❤ her and all my other Chilean friends from Talca, Linears, Panimávida, Santiago, and those more to come. Hope you all enjoyed the pictures.
Special Bonus PBS Nova Program: Earth From Space