Monday, May 11, 2009

Palos Verdes Peninsula - Aerial Views (1)

Point Vicente with the PV landmark - Pt. Vicente lighthouse and Coast Guard residential buildings. On the far left is the Interpretive Center from Saturday's photo. The between the overcast morning duing the flight and some camera shake, the photos are not so crisp. But the pilot in command, my 14 year-old student pilot son, did an excellent job.

15 comments:

m_m said...

I like the way how waves look like:)

Cezar and Léia said...

Your picture is stunning!
Congratulations for you talent son!
Beautiful shot!

wow I can feel "buterflies"
Léia :-)

marley said...

Makes me feel sick! The height, not the photo :)

Vogon Poet said...

I was waiting this, read your post yesterday. Great! Post more, don't bother with sharpness and thanks to the pilot!

Lois said...

Nice shot! What a nice Mother's Day you must have had. Mine was great too, but I stayed on the ground!

Antjas said...

What a great mother you are to afford your son this wonderful opportunity to learn how to fly. When I ride my bike down a hill, it feels like I'm flying. I can only imagine how wonderous it is to actually be flying.

Marie-Noyale said...

Congratulations to you both!!

Babzy said...

Nice view , Congratulation to your son ;)

Bibi said...

Makes me dizzy, but a great shot. Cestitam sina!

Hyde DP said...

I love aerial shots - what it shows to me is how the land here is owned by the motor-vehicle with those wide roads swallowing the land.

Virginia said...

Great aerial shot Tash! I'm a little nervous with a 14 year old at the controls but I'm sure you weren't! HA
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Above the City said...

Love the aerial shots!

pasadenaadjacent.com said...

ahhhhhh....I can see the black concrete whale. Barely, but I see it when I enlarge the photo

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Jackie said...

What a brilliant Mothers' Day present! I bet not too many people get the chance to see PV from this angle!

Powell River Books said...

And a proud mama you are! Wow, to learn to fly at his age is such an accomplishment. It took me until my 40s. - Margy