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Loc: B.C. Canada
We were visiting Michele's mom in Phx and on Election Day I was outside and saw the beginnings of this skywriting. Went and got the camera and waited for it to be finished. The R was already starting to fade by the time the plane was doing the Y. Have no idea why it is upside down.
Indeed it was already fading before they'd finished. There is a parable in there somewhere.
But anyway, the fact that it is upside down got me thinking. Is there place one could stand below it that it would look as if it were not upside down? Skywriting always seemed hard, but it seems even harder now.
_________________________ We are STILL what we repeatedly do - insists Aristotle
Loc: Alexandria, VA
Is there place one could stand below it that it would look as if it were not upside down?
Move far enough in the direction of the writing so that you pass underneath and turn around to look at it from the other side, it reads correctly (assuming it hasn't dissipated by the time you got to that point ;-)
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