THE SKY WAS MY ROOM TODAY
From the four walls that currently surround you to the infinite potential of space, this week we’d like you to show us your take on room, rooms, or a room, instructed the WordPress weekly photo prompt on June 6, 2014.
After a winter of being confined to the choppy rooms of our cabin-style home the cloud-dotted blue sky and the warm sun streaming down on us allowed our room, for an afternoon, to be an expanse without walls, an expanse where there was quite enough room for the large planes to practice “strutting their stuff” in preparation for the Navy’s Blue Angel air show tomorrow and Sunday.
My husband Monte and I spent the afternoon practice-shooting pictures in hopes of taking good photos tomorrow. Unfortunately my good camera was giving me much trouble, so I let Monte use it. I used my little point and shoot camera, which was frustrating because of the reflection in the back of the camera.
Below are photos of the planes in the sky that was my room, OUR ROOM.
My father, Robert W. Cornell, was Chief Navy Photographer., WW II.
I couldn’t resist ending with one of his photos: