A trip away included a late arrival back into Seattle. I hadn’t thought about which approach we might make to SeaTac so my seat selection was accidental, but I ended up on the side of the plane that was overlooking downtown Seattle as we made our final approach. Having the M6 provided me with a bit more flexibility on shooting than would be the case with the phone and something far more maneuverable than if I was using one of the SLRs. It handled the low light levels surprisingly well.
I also think the smaller lens elements of the EF-M are better able to handle the distortion of windows. The distorted bits could cover more of the field of view of course but you have more of a chance of getting between the worst bits. With the big lenses, it is almost impossible to get a good clear patch for the whole lens when you zoom in to check the details.