Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Downtown Orlando from the 408 Toll Road

11 comments:

~Cheryl said...

Lovely cloud ceiling!

tapirgal said...

Cool clouds. I don't remember when I've seen any like this.

Small City Scenes said...

What a nice wide road zooming into a nice looking town. Beautiful sky and clouds. In fact I really like the clouds. MB

joo said...

Not very crowded:)
Beautiful sky!

JM said...

Very low clouds, right?

brattcat said...

Great shot! Who was driving?

Cezar and Léia said...

I like the perspective!
Léia

Tinsie said...

Very nice! I love road shots :-)

I spent five days in Orlando a few years ago and have very fond memories of the area. I'd love to go back one day.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Those clouds are fabulous. OK, who was driving???

Cindy said...

Great photo Jacob. How do you get such a great shot out the front of your car window? Mine come out horrible. Maybe it's because I'm driving when I take the shot. Just kidding!

Francisca said...

Hehe... my question is a "me too"... who is driving and who took this nice photo of the highway to Oakland with lovely clouds? I flew into Orlando in July last year and did a fast tour of the state, so I may have been on this tollway.

[Jacob, this was my response to your question on VP's Livorno site: China today fills about 35% of the global demand for ships. Korea and Japan are also big producers.

I find it interesting that China is portrayed and perceived as the "only" factory of the world. In fact, China accounts for less than 10% of global exports. It was only a few months ago that China overtook Germany as the largest exporter in dollar value. The USA, by the way, ranks as the 3rd largest exporter at 8.5% and Italy ranks 7th with 3.2%.]