The world's only airworthy Lockheed Vega resting in front of EAA's ...
The world's only airworthy example of the world's first airliner; T...
I've always thought the Checker tail clan, had some of the coolest ...
The flood light behind this B-17 provided some extremely harsh shad...
I noticed this Skyhawk has positioned perfectly behind a floodlight...
I purposefully waited until twilight to take this photo of the EAA ...
Jim Tobul on takeoff roll in his combat veteran F4U Corsair "Korean...
"Sea Fury Sundown" -I happened to be at a concert in the plaza wher...
Paying tribute to Art Scholl, the late, great Jim "Fang" Maroney wa...
Bob Schrader waves to the crowd from the Cavanaugh Flight Museum's ...
One of the benefits of living on Lake Michigan is always having a g...
The only good thing about a sub-zero temperature Wisconsin Winter i...
The June 13th "Honey Moon" rising over Lake Michigan. Nikon D5200, ...
This collage was shot over a period of 15 minutes, I intended on st...
The very last night of my family's vacation the sky was clear as a ...
Nikon D5200, f/3.5, 30se,c ISO 1600, 18mm "Scorpio and the Milky Wa...
"Blood Moon April 15th Lunar Eclipse" I combined the 7 moons in Pho...
Paul Poberezeny's P-51 among some of his million friends watching t...
The B-17G Flying Fortress "Yankee Lady" with infront of an incredib...
The world's only airworthy B-29 Superfortress "FiFi" makes a pass a...
The Cavanaugh Flight Museum's mighty Douglas AD-5 Skyraider makes a...
The Cavanaugh Flight Museum's Douglas AD-5 Skyraider on takeoff roll.
Actual Korean War combat veteran F4U-4 Corsair "Korean War Hero" 97...
Matt Younkin banking his Twin Beech up high in an intense rendition...
Matt Younkin and his Twin Beech during a beautifully executed photo...
"Smoke-on!" for Team Aerodynamix setting up for one of their many s...
Team Aerodynamix forming up for an eleven-ship photo pass for the c...
Gene Soucy rolls his custom Ag Cat towards the crowd at Airventure ...
Melissa Pemberton sets her Edge 540 up for an inverted ribbon cut.
Jim "Fang" Maroney diving towards the runway in his de Havilland Su...
Jim "Fang" Maroney pays homage to Art Scholl with an "out-of-the-co...
T-34 pilots going through their pre-flights before going up for som...
A spectator has a supreme view atop a snow bank of a Super Cub gett...
A Challenger landing during EAA's Ski-plane fly in. It's a great ev...
The crowd among the fly-in aircraft watching the firework finale du...
I set my camera on the tripod, and adjusted it for a long exposure ...
EAA's 1929 Travel Air E-4000 enjoying some sunlight for the first t...
One of the only enjoyable things about a Wisconsin Winter is EAA's ...
Gene Soucy's night act is one of my favorite night acts, mostly bec...
The Aeroshell Aerobatic Team turns back towards the crowd during th...
Skip Stewart and Melissa Pemberton conclude their act; "Tinstix of ...
The Cavanaugh Flight Museum's P-51 "The Brat III" is always polishe...

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