27 reasons to take a window seat

27 reasons to take a window seat

Categories: Aerophoto | Travel

There are many reasons why you should ask for a window seat when checking in for a flight. Firstly, you can lean on it during sleep. Secondly, you don't have to get up to let your neighbor go to the toilet. But the main reason is, of course, the view from the window! Our world is an amazing place, and from a height it looks completely different. From dawn to dusk, landscapes, cities and unimaginable cloud formations - the beauty stretches as far as the eye can see. So, why should I take a window seat?

27 reasons to take a window seat

27 reasons to take a window seat

1. You can see such a thunderstorm from afar. (HALEY LUNA)

27 reasons to take a window seat

2. And a solar eclipse at an altitude of 13,411 meters is something with something... (Ben Cooper)

27 reasons to take a window seat

3. The view of the highest point in Africa will take your breath away. (KYLE MIJLOF)

27 reasons to take a window seat

4. You can even see the reflection of Chicago in Lake Michigan. (MARK HERSCH)

27 reasons to take a window seat

5. The sunrises are amazing. (FLORIAN SEIFFERT)

27 reasons to take a window seat

6. Sunsets are amazing. (NEIL HOWARD)

27 reasons to take a window seat

7. And surely you have never seen waterfalls from such an angle. In the photo: Kayetur Waterfall, Guyana. (CODY H.)

27 reasons to take a window seat

8. You can even see a forest fire from a height. (Richard Skoonberg)

27 reasons to take a window seat

9. And finally understand why everyone thinks Norway is so beautiful. (MARIUSZ KLUZNIAK)

27 reasons to take a window seat

10. You can swim in the endless sea of clouds. (MARK STEVENS)

27 reasons to take a window seat

11. Make an unusual frame. (TIM CAYNES)

27 reasons to take a window seat

12. And see all the greatness of the mountain ranges. (MARIUSZ KLUZNIAK)

27 reasons to take a window seat

13. Maybe you'll even see your first frozen lake. (ALAN WOLF)

27 reasons to take a window seat

14. Or a city shrouded in fog. (CHRIS)

27 reasons to take a window seat

15. And the night cities are simply fascinating. Pictured: Los Angeles. (Tom Anderson)

27 reasons to take a window seat

16. You can look at historical places with a completely new look. In the photo: Prambanan Temple, Indonesia. (killerturnip)

27 reasons to take a window seat

17. You can smile at clouds that look like cotton wool. (FRANCISCO MARTINS)

27 reasons to take a window seat

18. And maybe you'll even see a volcano. Pictured: Taranaki Volcano, New Zealand. (JON SULLIVAN)

27 reasons to take a window seat

19. You can see the river through the sea of clouds. (JONATHAN NIGHTINGALE)

27 reasons to take a window seat

20. And nothing compares to the view of the city from a height. In the photo: New York. (LINH NGUYEN)

27 reasons to take a window seat

21. The same can be said about mountains like Fujiyama. (mloge)

27 reasons to take a window seat

22. Or the Rainier Volcano. (MICHAEL MATTI)

27 reasons to take a window seat

23. Forget about the views from the window for a while! The window itself can offer you a lot of interesting things. (PEDRO MOURA PINHEIRO)

27 reasons to take a window seat

24. And there is always time for another dawn. (Oblivious Dude)

27 reasons to take a window seat

25. This is love. (KIMG SENG)

27 reasons to take a window seat

26. From a height, you can fully say goodbye to the place you are leaving. (TOM ANDERSON)

27 reasons to take a window seat

27. And the last, but no less important reason - passengers and food carts will not beat off your elbows! (RYAN DESIDERIO)

Keywords: Views | Window | Flight | From a height | Planes

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