Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Looking Down at Things


Looking Down

Although flying is not my preferred mode of travel, it comes before buses but after trains, ships and cars, one thing I do like about it is the opportunity to see the world from above. When I flew home from Adelaide in October I used my tablet to take some photos.

Looking down at the suburban sprawl.

Looking down at the suburban sprawl.

Looking down at the northern coast of Tasmania, the river is probably the Mersey at Devonport.

Looking down at the northern coast of Tasmania, the river is probably the Mersey at Devonport.

Approaching Hobart airport I can see the causeway at Midway Point on the eastern shore below me.

Approaching Hobart airport I can see the causeway at Midway Point on the eastern shore below me.

Observation towers and Observation Wheels (just mega Ferris Wheels really) are great for looking down at things too.

Looking down at Melbourne.

Looking down at Melbourne.

Auckland Town Hall from above.

Auckland Town Hall from above.

We don’t have any towers in Hobart but as it is a low-rise city you can still find places to look down at things.

The view of Davey St from above.

The view of Davey St from above.

Or you can just climb a hill.

View from the Botanical Gardens, Wellington , New Zealand

View from the Botanical Gardens, Wellington , New Zealand

 

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