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Thank you Viv Pike!!

Written on 17/10/2019 by Rebecca Shaffer

Nice Shot! Where did you take this shot! Changi Car Park?

Written on 17/10/2019 by Joan Williams

Nice Shot!

Written on 17/10/2019 by Joan Williams

I'd normally pan these aircraft at 1/60th, but this one is 1/30th from memory. Might be 1/20th. I'll check the EXIF when I get a chance.

Written on 17/10/2019 by Steve Vit

If you do enough panning, you get lucky occasionally. ;)

Written on 17/10/2019 by Steve Vit

Paul - more like "splashdown" ;-)

Written on 17/10/2019 by Viv Pike

Nice image. I hope all is well.

Written on 17/10/2019 by John English

Two seconds to touchdown!

Written on 17/10/2019 by Paul Wisgerhof

stud EYE. wicked image. best thing I've seen all day.

Written on 16/10/2019 by scott j swanson

Fantastic Danny! Wow!

Written on 16/10/2019 by Dave Sheehy

Ya it was a very windy day. There’s also some weird formations seen above the left wing from the wake. I thot only the larger airliners would create it as noticeable as what is seen here.

Written on 16/10/2019 by Lonnie Penner

Arriving at White Plains, a little blurry through the window, but a neat view.

Written on 16/10/2019 by Dave Sheehy

Captures the sun in a most excellent way! Photography as fine art. Awesome!

Written on 16/10/2019 by BigAlOutWest

Are those small vortices coming off the engines? Amazing...

Written on 16/10/2019 by Robert Cowling

Wow, those engines look HUGE!

Written on 16/10/2019 by Robert Cowling

Also rear view mirror and cable might suggest a glider tug. Tough bugger, this. Trailing link suspension designed for some banging around -- like they use for carrier-landing aircraft (and Ercoupes!) Slats retractable. French machinery can be pleasantly different!

Written on 16/10/2019 by hal pushpak

... waiting for Snoopy

Written on 16/10/2019 by a mentor

curvaceous roof line reminds me of TWA terminal @ JFK, NYC

Written on 16/10/2019 by a mentor

busy day (wink)

Written on 16/10/2019 by a mentor

I used to see these (1049)at the Miami airport in the early 1070s. Impressive despite the oil

Written on 16/10/2019 by Michael Montunnas

Beautiful photo, sad losses.

Written on 16/10/2019 by Stephen Jensen

Fantastic shot ! Fantastic detail ! Excellent !

Written on 16/10/2019 by Stephen Jensen

Coding on this site is still a mystery to me. It is also shown as a 12V Huron when I look up its rego. Militery tail numbers are a bit hit and miss.

Written on 16/10/2019 by Steve Vit

July 9th 2019.

Written on 16/10/2019 by Steve Vit

I wonder if I was flying this day... haha I always liked closing the front and aft most window blinds to create nice soft lighting in the cabin!

Written on 16/10/2019 by James Kelly

Another low point in plane spotting photography.

Written on 16/10/2019 by Guido Warnecke

Needs his Red Baron scarf.

Written on 16/10/2019 by Michael Brooks

danke

Written on 16/10/2019 by Uwe Zinke

Talk about being off in the weeds... that's where this hapless Cessna 310 is at!!!

Written on 16/10/2019 by cliff731

nice composition, for an airshow

Written on 16/10/2019 by a mentor

leading edge slats for short fields :)

Written on 16/10/2019 by a mentor

Been there, done that. The hard runway is adjacent to the float pond we see here.
May have taken our excursion even in this C206.

Written on 16/10/2019 by a mentor

Beautiful - love to be there!

Written on 16/10/2019 by Dan Little

klasse

Written on 16/10/2019 by Fabian Dirscherl

super Fang

Written on 16/10/2019 by Fabian Dirscherl

Nice picture!, would you know the date it was taken?

Written on 16/10/2019 by Seppo Saario

Cool logo paint....makes the "new" UNITED look alot better

Written on 16/10/2019 by bigkahuna400

Agree Scott! Levitating GSE, whats next? :)

Written on 16/10/2019 by Dave Sheehy

Crosswind from the left, complete with into wind aileron...

Written on 16/10/2019 by CHRIS ROBEY

Embraer Bandit...she can cruise at 195 knots all day long, just unpressurized. A real workhorse too..

Written on 16/10/2019 by CHRIS ROBEY

RyanAir is having a wet dream over this bird. No carry on or checked luggage to deals/.

Written on 16/10/2019 by James Simms

Gary... thanks for preserving this photograph... and sharing it with us. Your "back story" on the photo capture of USAF s/n 57-6477 is truly priceless... :-)

Written on 16/10/2019 by cliff731

This Republic RF-84 Thunderflash "recee" bird, USAF s/n 52-7265, has a history... from Joe Baugher's published information...

"7265 (MSN 221) 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Damaged while attempting to hook on to the trapeze of a GRB-36D in turbulent conditions 13Jan56. San Francisco, CA May57. 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AB, Japan Jun57. 45th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 67th Reconnaissance Wing, Pacific Air Force, Misawa AB, Japan Aug57. 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AB, Japan Nov58. Returned to USA Feb59. Mobile Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Brookley AFB, Mobile, AL. 171st Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 127th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Michigan Air National Guard, Detroit-Wayne Major Airport, MI Jul59 to 1961. Preserved and on display at Norton AFB, CA. Air Museum, Ontario, CA. Preserved and on display with Planes of Fame, Chino, CA."

http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/1952.html

Written on 16/10/2019 by cliff731

thank you Joan

Written on 15/10/2019 by Uwe Zinke

It says 200 ???

Written on 15/10/2019 by Lewis Tripp

Flew on many.

Written on 15/10/2019 by Lewis Tripp

it the UFO belt loader that matters.

Written on 15/10/2019 by scott j swanson

Red and white are really nice colors for an airplane, this bird looks sharp.

Written on 15/10/2019 by Anthony Yurina

Thanks Joan!

Written on 15/10/2019 by Mark Thomas

That's an air driven generator. The one and only generator for the a/c most likely, as the two Gypsy engines would not normally have engine driven generators mounted..

Written on 15/10/2019 by CHRIS ROBEY

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