We saw the lights flashing on the tips of the wings of the plane.
The door of the aircraft closed and the plane started to move towards the runway.
The usual surrounding landscape is entirely transformed when snow falls.
Where there was once pale, dead grass, there is now endless, rolling hills of crystal.
My 16 year-old recently wrote this descriptive essay about what it’s like to go outside after a snow storm.
Since yesterday’s Wordless Wednesday post was one of our front yard after Monday night’s snow storm, I thought it would be the perfect time to share it (with her permission): When winter arrives and brings with it the cold snow that characterizes the season, it is easy to be overwhelmed by the sight, sounds, and smells that accompany it.The smell of snow, however, is difficult to explain.The frozen water crystals have a certain scent to them, an almost crisp odor.The plane started to move again, this time with more speed.The speed kept on increasing and when it was in the middle of the runway, the plane started to climb up and was off the ground.The sensations that come with the snow storms of the cold season are memorable and well-known to those who have grown used to them, and are usually looked forward to during the end of summer and the midst of autumn.Whether it be a person’s first snowfall or their hundredth, however, the way in which the frozen crystals transform and crystalize the world is still just as unforgettable.They had almost everything starting from pizzas, burgers, doughnuts, sandwiches to wafers, juices, tea, coffee and soft drinks. He explained how he flew the plane with a control stick.We also saw airhostesses of Jet Airways, Air Deccan and Air Sahara. He also told us that the experience to soar high among the clouds was unmatched.After a while it appeared like a giant bird in the sky.After spending a day in the airport my interest to travel by air piqued.