The thing I hate about long-haul international flying is that the vast majority of the flights are at night. It's incredibly hard on the body to constantly switch from being awake during the day, when at home, and being awake at night when at work. But one thing that can sometimes mitigate the misery of working an all-nighter is the occasional spectacular sunrise. Shooting through thick, angled glass that is laced with heating elements and electrical connections is not easy. Blurred and double images with strange reflections often occur and there is not much you can do about it, except to keep shooting. The problem is far less severe during the day, but at night it's terrible. About 2 of 12 shots will be usable. This shot is a recent sunrise over Arizona on a flight from Honolulu to Houston.