Reasons Why You Should ALWAYS Ask For The Window Seat

Reasons Why You Should ALWAYS Ask For The Window Seat
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Recently when I was on the way to my hometown, I specially requested my co-traveler for the window seat. Sitting by the side of a window and enjoying the heavenly glimpses of nature is what I love the most.

Our earth is a paradise, and you get to realise it well only when you travel by airplane. Here are the reasons why you must sit on the window seat. Imgur user sniggihs  shared these stunning images captured by the extreme height.

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1. Lake Michigan captures the Chicago's skyline.

1. Lake Michigan captures the Chicago’s skyline.

2. An amazing rainstorm

2. An amazing rainstorm

3. Solar eclipse (44,000 ft)

3. Solar eclipse (44,000 ft)

4. Breathtaking peak in Africa

4. Breathtaking peak in Africa

5. Sunrises

5. Sunrises

6. Sunsets

6. Sunsets

7. And waterfalls

7. And waterfalls

8. A forest fire from the height

8. A forest fire from the height

9. Stunning Norway

9. Stunning Norway

10. Endless clouds

10. Endless clouds

11. A huge farm

11. A huge farm

12. Spectacular mountain range

12. Spectacular mountain range

13. Frozen lake

13. Frozen lake

14. A foggy city

14. A foggy city

15. Mesmerising city at night (Los Angeles)

15. Mesmerising city at night (Los Angeles)

16. Prambanan Temple, Indonesia

16. Prambanan Temple, Indonesia

17. Clouds look like cute cotton balls

17. Clouds look like cute cotton balls

18. Volcano eruption

18. Volcano eruption

19. Magical combination of clouds, mountains and rivers.

19. Magical combination of clouds, mountains and rivers.

20. Aerial view of the city.

20. Aerial view of the city.

21. Mount Fuji

21. Mount Fuji

22. Mount Rainier

22. Mount Rainier

23. Airplane window hole

23. Airplane window hole

24. A soothing sunset

24. A soothing sunset

25. And this one

25. And this one

26. Philippines

26. Philippines

27. And yes, window seats save you from passengers and beverage carts' bumps.

27. And yes, window seats save you from passengers and beverage carts' bumps.