Rolling Clouds at 10,000 Feet Above the Swiss Alps

Every now and then, when you’re asked to put away the electronics on a flight it’s worth bending the rules to keep one, the camera, out for an extra few minutes. Especially during those last 10-15,000 feet of final approach where the vistas can potentially be striking.

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Every now and then, when you’re asked to put away the electronics on a flight it’s worth bending the rules to keep one, the camera, out for an extra few minutes. Especially during those last 10-15,000 feet of final approach where the vistas can potentially be striking. Case in point: this dramatic cloudscape we captured of clouds rolling over the Swiss Alps on our descent into Geneva Airport for the 2011 Geneva Auto Show. Captured on a Canon 7D with Tamron 18-270mm lens @ f6.0 & UV filter.

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Viewfinder is a series of captivating photos taken by the GP crew, culled from the web, dug out of our archives, or submitted by readers. These photos may or may not pertain to our regularly scheduled posts. Enjoy.

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