Another day doing what I love! Just over 3hrs today, high point 7650' ft (cloudbase) just W of Lake Eucumbene. Conditions were tricky at times, with much cloud cover and an initial cloudbase of 7000'.
Climbing at 900ft/min with natural energy!
Thinking about the fact that my EP is done and coming out before 2018 is over..! This was on my to do list for the year. I really thought for a brief moment that I wasn’t going to do it, but here I am. My debut EP titled ‘MORSE’ will be released next month. (date tba)✨ I gotta say, I’m very proud of the 4 songs I will be putting into the world on this project. Every single lyric is straight from my head and I couldn’t be more happy with how they have come to life. Each inspired by an interaction, an experience, an interpretation of love in various forms. I’m soooo immensely happy and ready af to release a sliver* of my art with y’all. A pre save link to the full EP will be in my bio tomorrow AM. 🌻
DG 505 at Oxford Gliding Club. Andy Butterworth giving aerobatic flights including rolling! Tel 01865 521042 to book your flights. Note only loops and stall turns are included on standard trial flights.#gliding
Why do we love gliding?
Because gliding consists in flying without any engine, it is a continuous challenge to find energy in the atmosphere to climb and fly further. Part of the game is to read the clouds and the sky so as to make our way through thermals that are ascending areas.
Once you’ve started trying to understand how thermals develop and how to take advantage of their energy, you become increasingly aware of the magic of gliding...! #gliding#glidinglover#meteorology#thermals#thermalling#atmosphereenergy