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— — - Going to work with a Eurocopter Dolphin HH 65C at the US Coast Guard Air Station Los Angeles, California USA. The B757 in the background is parked in front of one of American Airlines hangars at LAX. Photo taken at 07:39 on 29 October 2014. The unusual lighting was created by the early morning sun reflecting back at the helicopter from the hangar doors as it taxied out. No tricky Photoshop editing. For more info drop me a note at trgimages@gmail.com.
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Going to work with a Eurocopter Dolphin HH 65C at the US Coast Guard Air Station Los Angeles, California USA. The B757 in the background is parked in front of one of American Airlines hangars at LAX. Photo taken at 07:39 on 29 October 2014. The unusual lighting was created by the early morning sun reflecting back at the helicopter from the hangar doors as it taxied out. No tricky Photoshop editing. For more info drop me a note at trgimages@gmail.com.

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cliff731
Eurocopter calls it the Dauphin (think French royalty here)... our USCG's moniker is Dolphin. I've flown as a passenger on the civil variant, EC-155. Absolutely the smoothest and most vibration free helicopter flight ever. Much like flying on a fixed wing aircraft.
alex kropf
That's really nice! Great work!
Tom GoedekePhoto Uploader
Thank you Cliff for the nice report on how they fly. Also, thank you Alex. Your compliments are appreciated. I have being trying to get a good photograph of these pretty workhorses for some time.
cliff731
You're welcome, Tom... and you certainly captured not only a "good" photograph, but rather an outstanding photograph of this helicopter!

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