James, I can see that you were flying a High Wing so I'm naturally thinking it was a Cessna 172 Skyhawk. Thanks for the very nice photo and this is what I can tell from the instrument panel. Please correct me if I am wrong.
You can see just enough of your 6-stack to be able to figure out how you were doing at the point the photo was taken.
It appears that your ASI
is indicating just below 100 knots (the photo is a bit blurry).
The artificial horizon gyro is looking almost level.
The altimeter is showing 2,740 feet (I suspect you have it set for above sea level not AGL).
The turn bank indicator is showing a very slight right bank of around 3 degrees.
The HSI is indicating 300 degrees (North/West bound).
The VSI is indicating a climb rate of 50 feet per minute.
And the engine RPM gauge is showing that you have your airplane in a cruise setting (perhaps a little high-but within the green arc -- and I don't know how you were flying the airplane at that particular moment).
Like all of us on a.net who love to fly...................simply amazing isn't it!