Mountains from the sky

I was traveling from destination A to destination B a few years back. The pilot mentioned, “You should be able to see this and that mountain if you are in the right side of the plane”. I got a chance to take some pictures because I was in the lucky side of the aircraft. 🙂 The pictures I took are as follows. A few rivers begin in these mountains. I can neither remember the names of the rivers nor the the names of the mountains. I did not do much documentation of my travels at that time. Nowadays, I annotate on Google Photos so that I can recall easily.

I have forgotten where I was traveling but I vaguely recall that it was somewhere in the northern part of USA. If you recognize the mountains, please let us know the names.

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21 thoughts on “Mountains from the sky

  1. Great pictures. Mountains in the middle of water – so interesting. I especially love the one with the clouds all around them. Clouds amaze and fill me with such wonder.
    1. Aren’t they a beauty? You are tight, the one with clouds around is unique. Thank you for visiting Joanna and of course, for your beautiful comment. Have a wonderful evening. 🙂
    1. Thank you very much, Nia, for visiting and your comment. We are very happy to know that you liked these photos. Have a wonderful day and a great weekend. 🙂
  2. I love looking down from airplane windows. I just arrived in Las Vegas today and admired the mountain ranges and deserts as we approached. If my camera hadn’t been in my suitcase, I might have snapped some pictures.
    1. Great to know that you also like mountains, Juliann. You are right; the camera sometimes become very handy in capturing precious moments. Many thanks for visiting our blog. Hope you have a great time in Vegas.
    1. I think, you are right Lindsey. I was traveling from somewhere north to California. Seattle is a common airport when traveling to and from some states of the north and north-west. The chances are hight that the first one is Mount Rainier. Thank you very much for your comment and visit. Best regards.
  3. Wow, these are great photos, i’t a good thing that you were on the lucky side of the plane, I really like hiking and mountain climbing and would like to experience that someday.
  4. Amazing….I traveled to the mountains and saw many beautiful places, with snow or without snow but I never saw the mountains from a plane or a helicopter. You had a great chance to take some pictures that not all can take.
    Very beautiful…..I love it!

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