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"Crossroad" in the sky - in the sky near London Heathrow airport
Paying tribute to Art Scholl, the late, great Jim "Fang" Maroney waves to the crowd from the cockpit of his de Havilland Super Chipmunk as he simultaneously flies it past the show line.  Nikon D5200,
San Francisco East Bay from Bonanaza V35 on approach to Hayward airport.
Frustration: A young boy laments his inability to play with the giant toy airplane sitting just outside of his grasp at the Minneapolis airport.
Spirit of Freedom: Delta's Boeing 757-232, "Spirit of Freedom", arrives in Minneapolis after a flight from Seattle. Delta painted this aircraft in this livery to ensure that we never forget the sacrif
Grin: Sean D Tucker graciously gives me a big grin and a thumbs up at my request, as Chuck Coleman maintains a tight formation with Sean and our photo ship.
Aviator's Heaven: Chuck Coleman of Team Oracle takes me on an amazing ride in his Extra 300L while in formation with the aerobatic superstar Sean D. Tucker over the skies of Minnesota.
Sean D. Tucker smiles as he enjoys the view from his office.
Warrior Maker: A WWII-era T-6 Texan combat trainer performs a beautiful formation turn over the skies of Minnesota.
Bob Schrader waves to the crowd from the Cavanaugh Flight Museum's DHC-4 Caribou. Schrader was the crew chief on this exact DHC-4 during the Vietnam  War. I converted it to black and white to show his
One of the benefits of living on Lake Michigan is always having a great spot to observe the Moon rise. Here it's pictured rising behind my hometown's Lighthouse. Nikon D5200, f/4.5, 25sec, ISO 100, 70
The only good thing about a sub-zero temperature Wisconsin Winter is the brilliantly-clear night skies for Astronomers. Nikon D5200, f/1.8, 30sec, ISO 100, 35mm
The June 13th "Honey Moon" rising over Lake Michigan. Nikon D5200, f/5.6, 25sec, ISO 100, 55mm
Sunset reflected on the airliner before a night flight from Baltimore
This collage was shot over a period of 15 minutes, I intended on staying out longer, but I was almost carried away by mosquitoes and had to cut it short. Nikon D5200, f/3.5, 20sec, ISO 1600, 18mm. Sta
Union of Lancasters: The last two airworthy Lancaster bombers take to the skies in graceful re-uinion.
The very last night of my family's vacation the sky was clear as a bell for the first time and I was finally able to get a shot of the Milky Way rising over the Gulf of Mexico like I had hoped for. Ni
Nikon D5200, f/3.5, 30se,c ISO 1600, 18mm "Scorpio and the Milky Way" This was taken during a family vacation; it was the first night we had a remotely clear sky, so I had to try for a shot of the Mil
"Blood Moon April 15th Lunar Eclipse" I combined the 7 moons in Photoshop afterward. I took the first photo at 12:21AM and the last photo at 3:00AM. I had to endure temperatures in the low 20s the ent
Fisher P-75 hangared in the R & D Gallery of the National Museum of the USAF.

It was a beautiful blue skies day but this aircraft seems imprisoned with freedom just beyond reach.

Nikon D40 F6.3
This Is Your Captain Speaking
Red Devils, UK's military parachute display team
Korean Airlines - Airbus A388 lands at LAX.

2nd Annual Air & Space Photo Contest
The only good thing about a sub-zero temperature Wisconsin Winter is the brilliantly-clear night skies for Astronomers. Nikon D5200, f/1.8, 30sec, ISO 100, 35mm

The only good thing about a sub-zero temperature Wisconsin Winter is the brilliantly-clear night skies for Astronomers. Nikon D5200, f/1.8, 30sec, ISO 100, 35mm

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 01.2014
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