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DISCOVERY Shuttle Launch Pad at Kennedy Space Center - Fuel tank and booster rockets in place, waiting for the shuttle to arrive and be assembled.
Army CH-47 Chinook
Army Chinook taking off from Phoenix Mesa Gateway (previously Williams AFB) in Mesa, AZ.
WWII vintage B-17 bomber in landing approach in the RAF Museum Cosford air show
Navy Carrier Onboard Delivery aircraft C-2 with one propeller pointed up? (A tilt-rotor VTOL V-22 Osprey parked behind the C-2)
US Navy C-130 transport at the loading dock
Perfect Mirror
The USAF Thunderbirds perform a Calypso pass during Skyfest at Fairchild Air Force Base in Spokane, Washington.
T-34 pilots going through their pre-flights before going up for some formation practice in prep for Airventure '14.
A spectator has a supreme view atop a snow bank of a Super Cub getting ready to depart the Pioneer Airport at EAA's museum during a light snow shower.
A Challenger landing during EAA's Ski-plane fly in. It's a great event for everyone to get up close with the planes that show for the event.
The crowd among the fly-in aircraft watching the firework finale during the first of Airventure's two night shows.
I set my camera on the tripod, and adjusted it for a long exposure to get a different look at Otto the Helicopter's night show.
EAA's 1929 Travel Air E-4000 enjoying some sunlight for the first time after winter. -I took this on the opening day for EAA's Pioneer Airport.
One of the only enjoyable things about a Wisconsin Winter is EAA's annual Ski-plane fly in. This Piper Cub was one the many aircraft that attended this years event.
B-36 Peacemaker "City of Fort Worth"
at the Pima Air & Space Museum
Gene Soucy's night act is one of my favorite night acts, mostly because his pyrotechnics light up his plane so well that I can get good photos of it!
The Aeroshell Aerobatic Team turns back towards the crowd during their twilight performance at Airventure 2013.
Skip Stewart and Melissa Pemberton conclude their act; "Tinstix of Dynamite" with a wall of fire and spectacular precision formation.
The Cavanaugh Flight Museum's P-51 "The Brat III" is always polished to perfection, and it's wing made the perfect mirror to reflect this breath-taking sunset.
The world's only airworthy Lockheed Vega resting in front of EAA's vintage barn. The Vega is one of my personal favorite vintage airplanes, and for it to be sitting in front of the Vintage barn was hi
The world's only airworthy example of the world's first airliner; The Lark of Duluth.
I've always thought the Checker tail clan, had some of the coolest squadron markings, so I opted for a shot of this P-51 from it's distinctive checker-tail.
The flood light behind this B-17 provided some extremely harsh shadows, which I was really enjoying, so I converted this to black and white to bring them out even more!

2nd Annual Air & Space Photo Contest
I set my camera on the tripod, and adjusted it for a long exposure to get a different look at Otto the Helicopter's night show.

"This photograph represents what I like most about attending EAA's AirVenture," says Madison. "As someone who lives and breathes aviation, I spend the other 51 weeks of the year trying to explain my passion to those who don't understand aviation. When you arrive at Oshkosh, you're instantly surrounded by thousands of people who love aviation just as much as you do."

TAGS: Air Show, United States, Wisconsin

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Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States of America
Member since 2014
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2014
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 9, 2014, 6:02 p.m.
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Focal Length: 18mm
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