When I’m on the road, I like to take my camera. I think having a camera helps you notice things — interesting things, pretty things, things you might otherwise ignore as you endure the soul-sapping sameness that is modern air travel.
Today I had to change planes at the huge Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. I took the twisting, turning tram system to get from one terminal to another. Rather than just slump down in a seat for a boring 10-minute ride, I resolved to check out the surroundings . . . and was treated to a beautiful interplay of sun, cloud, and blue sky over the Texas tarmac.
Our moods would be better if we took the time to just look around a bit and enjoy the view. Carrying a camera helps you to do just that.