Strange, But Impressive, Sights Seen From Plane Window

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Here’s a strange sight I drew when looking out a plane window yesterday evening. Couldn’t quite catch it with my phone camera.

For those interested, the original drawing, scanned, is below. (I sometimes am not sure whether I improve these things with the photo app enhancements.) Feedback appreciated.

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PS – I have had to post from mobile devices these days (when posting). I find that pictures do not always load properly, but if you click on the picture, you should be able to see it, if interested. Thanks!

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13 Comments on “Strange, But Impressive, Sights Seen From Plane Window”


  1. Oh you made me chuckle!


  2. what a hoot you are! I’ve been a weeping willow all weekend and you certainly made me laugh ~ stay safe & well k.

  3. brian miller Says:

    ha. think i would be holding onto that wing pretty tight if thats where i had to ride…smiles…hope you had a good trip

  4. Jamie Dedes Says:

    You have to be a special person to be able to see elephants on the wing of a plane. LOL! Enjoyed much … big smiles.

  5. hedgewitch Says:

    Reminds me of the old Twilight Zone episode with William Shatner as a child–only these creatures are a lot less frightening–however, I’m thinking the plane would have to be very large to not tip elephant-wards. ;_)


  6. I fear for the elephant! 🙂 Beautiful drawing. Many thanks.

    Greetings from London.

  7. janehewey Says:

    i am so fond of that little elephant face. hold on, baby.

    • ManicDdaily Says:

      Thanks, Jane. This elephant–well, I’m not heavy, but I think I have a fairly confused face, is holdng on, but not able to do much writing. Life is just extremely demanding right now. I do think it will improve/ease, but it’s been quite intense on the work front. k .

  8. hisfirefly Says:

    If you could see my smile
    and this, then
    is how elephants fly


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