These are the pictures I took as I saw an airship hovering over my house, in the skies above.
The airship had a business name on it: Appliances Online. I wasn’t sure my camera will capture the name but it did. The airship kept moving around and changed angles.
Nothing unusual about it, right? These are not an unusual sight except that I kept calling it a ‘float’. Later in the day I was corrected by my somewhat amused son who said these are called airships. Now was it that funny? Don’t they just float around?
I did more research on the term ‘airship’. And bingo…these are also called zeppelin and blimps. I’m sure my sonny doesn’t know this much.
I will now try writing a poem on these cute egg-shaped floats…errr blimps…
To keep their business afloat
the tycoons float in the air
their airships and floats
that float round and round.
But what a sight and spectacle for
awe-struck people on the ground.
How does it feel to have a short ride on one of these, just go around the city. One day we may have one such means of commuting/transportation.
A search on Mr Google provided a page from Sydney Morning Herald that has information on the workings of this particular float, I mean blimp. See how they work plus enjoy a musical song on blimps.
Have a look: blimp my ride
That was my response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Afloat