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    i love a good transcontinental flight with a window seat.
    see more birds'-eye views in the in flight set.

    ryanmurphy, -Antoine-, Lomo-Cam, and 66 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Warren Chrismas 55 months ago | reply

      Fantastic. Very lucky.. er, I mean, nice find! ;-)

    2. Mattie & Den 55 months ago | reply

      I always love the circular fields!

    3. lia 55 months ago | reply

      so gorgeous. anyone know what those fields are planted with? and why they're circular?

    4. Son of Vin 55 months ago | reply

      Nice shot! It must have been a clean window.

    5. sgoralnick 55 months ago | reply

      eh, the windows are never especially clean. but the subject you're shooting (aka the ground) is so far away that the scratches and stuff aren't really visible. sometimes you'll notice a bleary spot in the photo, which is where the window was smudgy. but sometimes it just passes off as a cloud or something.
      so the fields themselves aren't circles, they're squares. but the mechanism that waters them is sort of a horizontal pole on wheels that is stationary on o e end in the center and is then swung around in a circle.

    6. devb. 55 months ago | reply

      Center pivot irrigation. It's much more space efficient to arrange them in a hexagonal pattern, but property lots in the US are almost never allocated in that pattern.

    7. Jowana Lotfi Photography 55 months ago | reply

      almost unreal, i wish i could have beautiful landscapes like this one while travelling...most of the time, i see clouds :)

    8. janine su 55 months ago | reply

      this is really cool. i like this airplane window series of yours very much.

    9. Jessica Daly 55 months ago | reply

      wow, i've never seen circular fields before, they make me think of clocks

    10. highluxphoto 54 months ago | reply

      so freaking cool. record cover right there!

    11. susannaj 47 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Hidden Journeys run by the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) in London and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      The group explores the amazing landscapes underneath international flight paths and we'd love to have your photo as part of the group.


    12. Vidiot 47 months ago | reply

      Did you see Buzzfeed used this?

      Saw that it was All Rights Reserved and hoped they got permission.

    13. thewisconsinstore 45 months ago | reply

      Who needs crop circles with a reality so beautifully designed?

    14. Coolblue360 38 months ago | reply

      Yes, It's center pivot irrigation that causes those green circles in the farmer's fields.
      I have been working for 23 yrs with a business that sells them.

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