I have relied on the airlinks from Alderney to the UK for 9 years now, and I can tell you that I have not had as much trouble as the last year of so,even if I ignore the really bad weather (fog) issues in the last few Months. The staff "on the ground" do a wonderful job of keeping the passengers sane, and it is amazing how quickly they can get things back on track after failures that they have to deal with.
My work takes me all over the World, and I have my camera with me all the time.
My photos are mainly High Dynamic Range (HDR) tonemapped images, but not always. I take lots of landscapes & cityscapes
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