Happy Monday. One of the advantages of working in the banking industry is that we traditionally recognize 9 holidays. Today is one that is recognized by the Federal Reserve (President’s Day) so we get the day off. Yea!!
Yesterday I looked at the thermometer and it said 31 degrees. The minimum flying temperature for the Phantom is 24 degrees so I reasoned that it would be a good day to fly. Well by the time we got to the little park that I like to fly at the temperature was around 22 on my car thermometer. Naw, that can’t be right so I decided to fly anyway. It was cold, really cold and the flight lasted only about 8 minutes I was out in the cold for about 25 minutes and I was a Popsicle.
I would like to show you the video from that flight (there is a lot of white in it) but I’m still trying to figure out the best way to edit the video. I need to take more lessons. 😦
After flying Jeanne and I drove through the country looking for interesting subjects to photograph. We found a few and I will share those with you as the week progresses. I like this lonely tree sitting in the middle of a harvested field. I hope you do too.
That’s it for today. I’m not even halfway through processing the portraits so that’s what I’m going to be doing today. Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy your day and be careful.