Thursday, May 26, 2011

Back to Eagan...

Somewhere between Louisiana and Minnesota, I caught this sunset view out my window. The 5 day, 102nd annual Rotary International convention in New Orleans was great but it's always good to come home, too.

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  1. My son will get a plane too, for playing the bassoon next week in Tempe, near Phoenix, Arizona.

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  2. Home is usually a pleasure to return to! Sunsets look so surreal from way, way up.

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  3. Bravo, superb, fantastic...tollgemacht Leif!
    Greetings from the sunny Berlin

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  4. Great shot! And from a plane...

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  5. Great shot of your return flight.


    After a full day without access to my blog and wasting lots of time trying to solve the problem, I was about ready to give up when, lo and behold, I'm back on google's blogspot. Lost all my followers, too. I'm pretty tired of it this past month though and may explore other blog options. Any ideas?

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  6. Those colours are so delicate Leif.

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  7. uh huh...First thing he does when he lands back in Minny-so-ta is head to the local Taco Bell for a lutefisk burrito, but because he's been in NOLA, he asks for a side of beignets...

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  8. If you ever get invited to a Rotary Club conference here in Manila, I sure hope you'll go so we can meet!

    Unusual and beautiful light.

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  9. Zuhause ist es eben am schönsten, gell?

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  10. Pretty! Isn't it weird when you land right after seeing the sunset and on the ground it is all cloudy and raining? A strange experience!

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  11. Great shot over the wing.

    Darryl and Ruth : )

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  12. Sunsets, sunrises, whatever, in the air are just amazing!

    You made me laught with your comment regarding my 'very clever' title on the windows post! LOL!

    And shall we meet in two years in Lisbon? :-)

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