I was 25,000 feet above Indiana, my eyes glued to the ground below. I flew over lakes, windmills, farms, and tiny towns.
I wonder who lives there? I thought. If they look up right now, they can see me, but I can't see them. And I so from 25,000 feet, I took photos of their towns, of their lakes, of their windmills, and with the hopes I could see a bit of them, too.