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Waiting for Doug to p*ss, bi*ch, & moan over being shown again in 4, 3, 2, 1……….

Written on 12/04/2023 by James Simms

Copy all of that Gary. Hopefully clear skies for that marathon outing.

Written on 12/04/2023 by warmwynds

Next registration N673P

Written on 12/04/2023 by claude couturier

Thank you sir. It was nice to shoot something from a different angle for a change.

Written on 12/04/2023 by Chris lanno

Doug, who cares what you think? BTW, your Mom is calling for you to come home for Supper. She says you have to get cleaned up before eating & then go to bed in her basement.

Written on 12/03/2023 by James Simms

thank you

Written on 12/03/2023 by Mirek Kubicek

Beautiful Shot Chris!

Written on 12/03/2023 by John Giambone

Thank you all for the compliments.

Written on 12/03/2023 by Ed Jones

Updated to AS50, which is what FA shows now for this tail number.

Written on 12/03/2023 by Victor Engel

I believe FA added that.

Written on 12/03/2023 by Victor Engel

Yes, it was.

Written on 12/03/2023 by Victor Engel

Updated to EAGL - thanks.

Written on 12/03/2023 by Victor Engel

looks very like a pair of mayflies about to mate! tricky manoeuvre, skilful pilots!

Written on 12/03/2023 by Martin Allan

I posted this because of what appears to me to be a fuel leak out of the port side wing. It seems like there additionally is some discoloration on the underside of that wing. I don't see the same on the other wing.

Written on 12/03/2023 by Victor Engel

Hey-not as good looking as a EC 121!

Written on 12/03/2023 by Paul Nichols

Hey-not as good looking as an EC121!

Written on 12/03/2023 by Paul Nichols

Hey, howdy, Rich. (Wave) TYVM for the comment. This was an experiment because in a few days we'll be out for around 14 hours solid (6 AM to @ 8 - 8:30 PM) and several of those hours will be in nighttime light. On this morning, I knew that in the early dawn conditions the a/c I was clicking were beyond the legitimate reach of my glass. AND since I only shoot handheld (using a tripod and a remote shutter is the same as using PS to create fake puddles, etc. = phony photography), I also knew I wouldn't be able to use a slow shutter while panning the aircraft because it is impossible to successfully "pan" an aircraft approaching almost headon that far away (over a mile) in heavy darkness. I also knew it was approaching landing so it had to be moving toward me at at least 150 MPH (130 knots). I set the ISO and f-stop to allow a bit more light but my attempt with the CRJ was a dismal failure so for this one I kept the shutter open a tad longer and tried my darndest to hold the camera steady. I fired twelve times and this was the best of a mediocre series. In fact, even after it landed and turned off right in front of me I had to use an even slower shutter to get a crisp click. But I learned from this and that was my intent. (Thumbs up)

Written on 12/03/2023 by Gary Schenauer


One way to find your equipment's reasonable limitations. Ground lights and signage are not blurred so as good as it gets.

Written on 12/03/2023 by warmwynds

67 Vietnam, Phouc Vihn, flew back seat of FAC and seen several F100's deliver ordinance on target. A vivid memory, looking over my left shoulder and notice an F-100 with its nose lit up from 20MM and looking off the left wing and see the ground just being torn up.

Written on 12/03/2023 by the65gto

Looks like bring your kid to work day.

Written on 12/03/2023 by Joe Wood

Mr . 772 Aviation I went through your library of photos and they are really stand out shots, a lot of different aircraft , smaller corporate jets etc... great job !

Written on 12/03/2023 by jeffrey delong

Love the reflection! Well done!

Written on 12/03/2023 by Darryl Sarno

Great shot and capture!

Written on 12/03/2023 by Darryl Sarno

Great shot Gary! Is this a freighter? or Test flight?

Written on 12/03/2023 by Darryl Sarno

Fantastic shot Gary! This should be on a post card!

Written on 12/03/2023 by Darryl Sarno

Great shot Gary!

Written on 12/03/2023 by Darryl Sarno

Up close and it!

Written on 12/03/2023 by Darryl Sarno

Congratulations...what a beautiful picture.*****

Written on 12/03/2023 by Helio Bastos Salmon

@ Bartolomeo Gorgoglione yea your right thank you very much. and if you care to have a look at my youtube channel there is lots more good stuff there!!!
its @stmaartenaviation5298
do enjoy it and leave a comment!

Written on 12/03/2023 by daniel jef

Nice shot. It has been many years, but I once worked at the FedEx hub in Indy. Even worked a flight served with MD-11s. It was an interesting experience and it is amazing how much bigger these birds are when looking UP at them from the ground. Looking out at a jet from the passenger terminal is NOT the same and it messes with the perspective.

Written on 12/03/2023 by David Plummer

Lovely Photo Ken! Feels like your actually there! Thanks for the background on this tail as well. I am going to have to keep on eye out for her coming in to IND.

Written on 12/03/2023 by John Giambone

Doug Irwin will complain. The only question is why.

Written on 12/02/2023 by Tom Jeter

Doug Irvin: 5000th whining about a duplicate photo.

Written on 12/02/2023 by Tom Jeter

No. The generally used term is a "DC-3 with turbine engines."

Written on 12/02/2023 by Lowly Jimson

I was near the south end of 17R just a few feet south of the 8000 foot marker (the runway is 11002 feet long), so I was roughly 6500 feet away. It was dawn light but the hills were still quite dark so arrivals were difficult to see as they were coming low over the north boundary. I tried to get this same type click with an inbound CRJ but it was too small an aircraft and the low light combined with the mile-long distance and the dark background behind the CRJ meant that it was beyond the reach of my 70-300 so I could not get a good focus on it. But this big bus was much easier to focus on so all I had to really concentrate on doing was holding the camera steady.

Written on 12/02/2023 by Gary Schenauer

Thanks Ken!

Written on 12/02/2023 by John Giambone

...interesting info on the two Comco aircraft can be found by searing "Comco Aviation". Also see C32B Gatekeeper, USAF aircraft that work in conjunction with the US State Department and other US intelligence services.

Written on 12/02/2023 by stephen obrien

That's a Rusian Hind, MI-24

Written on 12/02/2023 by a mentor

Sorry, the Piper Cherokee is a low wing monoplane

Written on 12/02/2023 by a mentor

Awesome Photo & View !!

Written on 12/02/2023 by ken kemper

A Mean Head On View of a helicopter I've never, nor probably will ever see (probably a good thing).

Great pic Mirek.

Written on 12/02/2023 by ken kemper

Love the Shot & Sky Color John !!

Written on 12/02/2023 by ken kemper

Nice pic.....

I am with Mr. Tommy on the paint scheme.

Written on 12/02/2023 by ken kemper

Wow! well cared for

Written on 12/02/2023 by Gary Wilson

Thanks for the comment!
The plane is about to land here...

Written on 12/02/2023 by Bernhard Fuchs

C-130’s forever. Retired Naval Aircrew Airborne Communications Supervisor onboard TACAMO airframes.

Written on 12/02/2023 by David McConnell

CYXX - where I learned to fly. And that upside cockpit? It is part of our bilingual program - I think.

Written on 12/02/2023 by Rick D

Beautiful Photo Shabbir.

Mountain and busy road add interest to the pic. 10 years ago I had a lot of fun watching the F-15's depart & land from KPDX.

Written on 12/02/2023 by ken kemper

Awesome Photo Bernhard.....

Neat to see such a Big Bird pull a steep bank.

Written on 12/02/2023 by ken kemper

You have a Calendar Shot Ed....

Great Capture.

Written on 12/02/2023 by ken kemper


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