European Skywatch Friday | At 35,000 feet

European Skies

European Skies

My European Skywatch Friday skywatch photographs taken aboard Boeing 767 on our trans-Atlantic flight en-route to the Netherlands last year. It was great seeing the ocean of clouds and the dawning skies on the horizon, a very wonderful, humbling and blessed sight to behold.

European Skies

It is especially cool since we had a challenging time applying for Schengen Visa. Miami office of the Netherlands Consulate said my papers were okay. We had had several email exchanges with the New Orleans sub-office because of the health insurance thing. The work company is international with employees from all over the world. I am also covered when I travel outside of the USA. We had the company benefits department involved already in making the New Orleans office understand. Miami said its OK. So now we are ready to receive my passport back which we Fedex’ed earlier this week, with Netherlands visa already. We were taking care of it, making sure everything would be dealt and settled with so we can have my visa to the mid-October trip.

European Skies

In retrospect, I totally understand the strict document requirements. After completing the paperwork, it felt great to be able to fly, and get my timely European Skywatch Friday.

11 thoughts on “European Skywatch Friday | At 35,000 feet”

  1. As I ‘don’t’ fly these are a delight to see… I can only imagine the joy at seeing these in person.

    Forgive this Copy and Paste part of my comment but I wanted you to know that your link works fine and you post is appreciated.. Thank you for joining in with the fun of Sky Watch this week.
    Tom :O)

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