This was a shot taken by myself during my time in Rome, Italy. This shot shows an airplane, flying at an estimated altitude of +33,000 ft casting a long, air vapor effect known as a “contrail effect”. This effect is caused by the temperature differentials of the air climate and Jet-engines. Depending on how cool the air is, the longer the contrail. The bold black square intruding this shot is not some ordinary subject but a part of one of my favorite Architects buildings, the Maxxi Museum by Zaha Hadid. Hope you like it!