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PICTURE OF THE WEEK: The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow

Picture of the Week, June 20, 2019

The C-47 "D Day Doll" lands at Waterbury Oxford Airport after formation practice with other C-47s during some "invasion delaying" rainy weather on May 17, 2019. Copyrighted photo by Harold Moritz.
PICTURE OF THE WEEK: Old-School Refueling

Picture of the Week, June 13, 2019

A favorite memory from an Outback Australia tour: I prearranged for drums to be delivered to a remote station northeast of Alice Springs. The folks on the station couldn't have been more helpful. Photo by Clare McEwan.
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Picture of the Week, May 30, 2019

I took this with my iPhone Xs this week from a Lancair Legacy - on the right is a Glasair III and another Lancair Legacy. We were practicing formation work just north of Phoenix, for the Sport Class Pylon Racing School as part of the Reno Air Races. Copyrighted photo by Rob Huntington.

Picture of the Week, April 11, 2019

I shot this picture 450nm SW of the Hawaiian Islands flying Air Canada from Melbourne to Vancouver on the Dreamliner. I used the 787's electrochromatic dimmable windows to come up with this effect to reduce overexposure shooting directly into the sun. Shot with a Samsung Galaxy S8. Copyrighted photo by Corey Wirun.

Picture of the Week, April 4, 2019

My son Joe last summer at Spokane Felts Field. Shot with my iPhone. Photo by Joe Dory.

Picture of the Week, March 28, 2019

This shot was taken on a ferry flight from KWVI to KCCR as the Liberty Aviation museum Trimotor passed over the Golden Gate Bridge. Photo by Steve Lambrick.

Picture of the Week, March 21, 2019

Enroute to Fanes hotel heliport in Italian Alps flying an EC120B helicopter, this particular picture was taken when entering the Alps near Sazburg, Austria. Taken with an iPhone X. Photo by Martin Riha.

Picture of the Week, March 14, 2019

I landed my 1968 Cessna 182 on frozen Lake George, Alaska, on a gorgeous winter day. Taken with an iPhone XS Max. Photo by Chris Bena.

Picture of the Week, March 7, 2019

Early March over the Owyhees. Photo by Albert Youngwerth.

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