A lot of people think that being a photographer is all globe-trotting and glamour. For me, that’s completely true. Though my definitions diverge from those of the average business traveler.
I’m not a road warrior but a wanderer at heart who relishes the highs and lows of getting from place to place.
I find that an airline seat on my favorite carrier is a very desirable place to spend a few hours.
There’s no shortage of things to do while on a flight. I can use my petite laptop to process files. I can take a nap. I can send texts to my friends and family. I can also intentionally be out of touch from the world for the indulgence of deep thinking, otherwise known as loafing.
Above is the view from seat 19F on the LAX to STL afternoon nonstop. Someone’s journey begins as someone’s ends.
About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer specializing in creating environmental on-location portraits and corporate photo libraries for blue chip companies.