Photographer's Note

We were flyin' over the Solomon Islands, more or less, at not more than 5-6000 meters 'cause hard turbulence at the normal altitude cruise at 10000 meters.
The weather was really bad, with thunderstorm and powerfull wind, and the travel was a really bad experience for not less than the first 2 hours after the take off from Hong Kong.

In that image, with the classical window-airplane quality troubles there is giant ray of light on the Pacific Ocean.
There were 2 big cargo ships (i think, or maybe aircraft carriers) that were under the light.
I think that isn't common to see the only one ray of light over hundreds of miles of the Pacific Ocean exactley over 2 ships...

i' don't know what it means...maybe i should be work as a sailorman?
or a fisherman?


or i was just lucky!

*Scanned image*

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