Landing in JFK …

… with the sun shining against a scratched up window.

We were arriving in NYC. JFK airport was just below us. But we were clearly too high to land directly. The plane would circle out south of Long island over the ocean and return at a lower altitude to land.

My window was heavily scratched. So much so that my phone’s camera sometimes focused on the scratches, not the view beyond.

As much as the window’s faults impeded the ability to take a clear picture, it also added occasionally to a, say, artistic impressionism, especially when the sunlight refracted just so…

Finally we made our landing approach.

The sunlight in the window scratches got ever more dramatic…

A more traditional view of the airport tower.

This swim-trunk-masked Snoopy greeted us at our Minneapolis airport stopover.

About dannyashkenasi

I'm a composer with over 40 years experience creating music theater. I'm also an actor, writer, director, producer, teacher and general enthusiast for the arts.
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