Celestial Calligraphy

There were at least two of us on the flight. Photographers, that is.

He sat in the row in front of me and had his camera out photographing the view much the same as I was.  The view. Our cameras.  A common interest.  A brief conversation was initiated, each of us remarking how especially intriguing the clouds were this particular day.

“The air up there in the clouds is very pure and fine, bracing and delicious. And why shouldn’t it be?–it is the same the angels breathe.” ― attributed to Mark Twain

© Sue Henry

© Sue Henry

© Sue Henry

© Sue Henry

© Sue Henry

Enjoying the celestial calligraphy  and conversations with a new acquaintance certainly helped the flight pass quickly.

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2 thoughts on “Celestial Calligraphy

  1. Bonney Oelschlager

    Stunning, emotionally grasping, positivity such as in Mark Twain’s quote you included. I had a similar flight view at the end of April 2018 flying home from Alabama to Minnesota. A time when summer lived out loud in the South, AND winter choked and froze everything in the Midwest. And STILL the angel breath and wing movement was present in both sky views! Thank you Sue Henry!!

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  2. Robert

    Dear Ms Sue:

    The heavenly foot steps of Angels; clouds.

    Thank you for sharing.

    Best to you,

    Rob Olson

    Sent from my iPhone

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