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Aaron Harrington of Forest Hill, MD treats us to a misty morning in our latest winning "PotW." Click through for more reader-submitted photos.

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  • Early Morning Mist

    Aaron Harrington of Forest Hill, MD

    WWII Weekend at Reading Regional Airport.

    Sharpened and white-balanced. Nikon D3100.

  • Some Days Are Diamonds, Some Days Are Stones

    Doug Eatman of Vero Beach, FL

    Land-out in a cotton field at the Region 5 South glider race out of Cordele, Georgia. No damage; the glider flew again the next day.

    No manipulation to photo.

  • Dodging a Carolina Rain Shower

    Kenzie Turbeville & John D. Williams of Williamsburg, VA

    IPhone 5; shot from a weight-shift control "trike" dodging scattered showers while skirting Charlotte, North Carolina air space. (Remnants of Tropical Storm Andrea.)

    Taken during a trike flight from Virginia to Texas.

  • T-Tail Lance over Monument Valley

    Dan Cool of Merriam, KS

    Only manipulations were to straighten and resize. Shot with an iPad 3.

  • Approaching Greenland Coast

    Dave Passmore of Great Falls, VA

    Approaching the southeast coast of Greenland off the nose of the first Diamond DA42-VI "Dash Six" model being ferried to the U.S. in May 2013.

    Cropped iPhone4S photo.

  • Chigmit Mountains Alaska

    Keith Getz of Raleigh, NC

    Taken May 2013 from Cessna 170B.

  • 1942 WACO and Friends

    Thomas L. Rudolf of Middletown, OH

    1942 WACO UPF 7 at WACO Field and Museum. Always a good time!

    As shot with Kodak DX6490.

Early Morning Mist

Aaron Harrington of Forest Hill, MD WWII Weekend at Reading Regional Airport. Sharpened and white-balanced. Nikon D3100.

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