This post is being reposted because when looking at this while working on yet another new template, I immediately recognized parts of the Eastern Sierra. My mother would have said: “If it had been a snake, it would have bit you.”

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I flew south the day after the Wet Washington post. It was raining when I left and we flew above the clouds. The skies cleared giving quite a show.

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I miss the little maps that used to be posted in airliners telling you where you’re flying.

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The Alpenglow showing above in the Eastern Sierra and below didn’t last very long and the airliner was covering some of the beauty. This is an update (1/18/18): when I was looking at this earlier I immediately recognized Mono Lake and the White Mountains in the far distance! I was initially so enthused by catching the alpenglow that I didn’t look further.

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Mono Lake again, showing SR120 into the east entrance of Yosemite in lower center. You can see the cinder cone in the center of the lake.

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I didn’t realize how many variations I have of the same area until I posted them. The colors were breathtaking and I couldn’t stop from taking the photos.

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This is Convict Lake in the Eastern Sierra, with Lake Crowley and the White Mountains in the far distance!

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Could this be Mammoth Lakes and Lake Mary in the left foreground? (I’m doing contortions in my seat to get these shots while avoiding the wing! I think I’m looking backwards here.)

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The photo above clearly showing the curvature of the earth shadow in blue curve.

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Getting too dark for photos.

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Los Angeles!

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