This image of Meteor Crater in Arizona is one of my favorites, mostly because of how it happened. I was flying eastbound over Arizona, returning home from a long project in California. With Thanksgiving approaching I was anxious to get home, and thinking mostly about hoped for tailwinds, favorable routings, and making time. Not until passing south of Flagstaff did I remember that Meteor Crater should be somewhere up ahead. I hadn't planned to see it, and didn't know exactly where it was relative to my course. While I was scanning the aeronautical chart looking for it, the crater came into view - not only in sight, but ideally situated nearby on the left (pilot's side) of the airplane, and down sun in perfect light. Without having to move the airplane even a degree from the on course heading, I was able to click away as the crater slid past. This image is one of the several memorable images from that just-by-chance fly by. Sometimes you're just lucky, and the image finds you.