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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Flying Up To Auckland

Samsung Digimax V4

On the 3rd of December, bright and early in the morning, I flew up to Auckland on an Air New Zealand flight from Paraparaumu Airport.

It was a beautiful sunny morning and there wasn't a breath of wind.  It really was a lovely flight up to Auckland.  My first time flying with Air New Zealand.  Definitely not the last.

This is the view of the clouds out of my window, flying over the bottom half of the North Island of New Zealand.

The clouds really do look like cotton wool.


I was intrigued my the engine and propellers.

Looks like you could go out and sleep in the clouds.

We are flying over the sea at the moment.

You can see the snow capped mountain in the distance.

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