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Kivalina, Alaska back in my Part 135 days with Yute Air, based out of Kotzebue.
The photo was taken in southern California by Brandon Inks, an engineer at Scaled Composites. The eagle is owned by the engineer responsible for getting Boomerang back flying.
Taken September 9, 2011. Cropped and sharpened in Photoshop Elements. Nikon D90/Tamron 18-270 at 185mm 1/1000, f20, ISO 1000.
1943 North American SNJ-5 C/N 90735 at NAS Oshkosh during AirVenture 2011.
R22 at sunrise in the Virgin River Gorge on Highway 15 in Utah. Powershot SD1200 set on "sunset" mode. No enhancements.
One of my favorite shots taken at the Cleveland Air Show. A classic American airplane flying by her colors.
Cell phone camera.
Application over rice fields at Sutter Basin, California. Bob's Flying Service is the owner of the aircraft. Russ Stocker, pilot. Some enhancement was done in CS5, mainly cropping and saturation. Canon T2i. Sutter Basin, California.
Shot was taken at Sun 'n Fun 2007.
Is this ultralight seen at AirVenture 2011 a B-29 offspring or maybe a parasite? I wonder how many would fit in the bomb bays.
Comes to you straight from my Droid X camera phone.
Returning from a breakfast run!
Blue Angel Number 7 at AirVenture 2011.
Taken with a Nikon D200 at 1/1250 sec at F18. No retouches; just resized for submitting.
Taken at AirVenture 2011.
Taken at 3KK in Kankakee, Illinois. Slightly cropped. Sony Cybershot.
F-5s make a low pass at Sun 'n Fun '09.
Taken at the Scott Air Force Base air show last year. Cropped with just a little fill light so the tail numbers showed up better using Picasa. Sony A330. It would be nice to be able to upload more than one pic at a time.
Ed. Note: While we appreciate the thought, Gary, there's an ulterior motive to our limiting the upload to one photo at a time. In the interest of showcasing as many photographers as possible, we run only one submission per entrant each week and multiple uploads would mean that we might get to see more photos, but most of them wouldn't get a turn in the spotlight for our readers to enjoy.
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