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Very cool shot!

Written on 23/01/2018 by Neil Klapthor

If this is the same Robert Pryor...Hi Bob...we were on the same crew in the 62nd at Barksdale with Greg Smith (AC). I was Radar and Dave Naquin was Nav (I think I've got those names right). Don't remember the EWO or Gunner. Was at Barksdale 74-80 and Wurtsmith 83-86. Retired in 94 at Wright-Patterson and now living in Georgia. I've got a great picture (somewhere) of our crew (with wives) at a party at Greg's house...good memories!

Great picture of the BUFF Dale...what a beast it was...and is!!

Written on 23/01/2018 by Neil Klapthor

Its either the second or third Ant 74 that's visited Ex RAF Finningley in the past 2 years.... we have all sorts of Antonovs visit.... including the 225..... would like to see the 22 visit... 124's are REGULAR...

Written on 23/01/2018 by Allan Hickman

What part of the airport do you take these pics?

Written on 23/01/2018 by shrudini

Great pic Mark!

Written on 23/01/2018 by shrudini

Great shot!

Written on 23/01/2018 by shrudini

Nice shot!

Written on 23/01/2018 by shrudini

John - Do you have an Instagram account that we can tag when we share your photos?

Written on 23/01/2018 by sara orsi

It comes up when the gear comes up.

Written on 23/01/2018 by Kenny Price

Resembles A P-47.

Written on 23/01/2018 by Charles Pease

Taken just before the sun rose above the clouds on a cold crisp morning. Thanks guys!

Written on 23/01/2018 by Mark Thomas


Written on 23/01/2018 by Greg Byington

und richtig "fett", danke!!

Written on 23/01/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Sehr nett!

Written on 23/01/2018 by Greg Byington

like Chris!!

Written on 23/01/2018 by Uwe Zinke

That is a pretty impressive shot considering the distance.

Written on 23/01/2018 by Greg Byington

Thank you Mike!

Written on 23/01/2018 by Lien Savo Grandic Su

I agree with Mark again!

Written on 23/01/2018 by Greg Byington

Mark is right. That's a pretty nice shot from a pretty nice spot. Keep up the good work, Brandon!

Written on 23/01/2018 by Greg Byington

Very nice, Mark!

Written on 23/01/2018 by Greg Byington

Cool shot, Gary! And you're right, at first I thought the Southwest bird was on the ground.

Written on 23/01/2018 by Greg Byington


Written on 23/01/2018 by Christian Parada

Tail strike!

Written on 23/01/2018 by shrudini

Interesting aircraft. This is an Antonov AN-74TK-200, which is based on the military AN-74T transport. This particular aircraft is an airliner by designation.
Interesting to see that large of engines mounted above the wings.

Written on 23/01/2018 by Alan Brown

hab nur die Cam. gehalten.
Rest hat das Wetter und die Queen erledigt!!

Written on 23/01/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Wonderful light in this shot!

Written on 23/01/2018 by Bartolomeo Gorgoglione

taken in st vincent ??

Written on 23/01/2018 by pete simmonds

Who wants to see this?

Written on 23/01/2018 by Guido Warnecke

Hot Lips . Shot taken from Moss Lane

Written on 23/01/2018 by Mark Harrop

the Seabee and it that a Gypsy Moth tail ?

Written on 23/01/2018 by 96flstc

Thanks Mark. That is a spotter-friendly part of the airport known as "the holes" because the fence has several lense-shaped opening designed for photographers.

Written on 23/01/2018 by Luis Linares

Nice Picture Lien Savo Grandic Su!

Written on 23/01/2018 by mike prendergast

amazing shoots

Written on 23/01/2018 by faizuldin

great pic

Written on 23/01/2018 by faizuldin

Great pic of the CL215T!

Written on 23/01/2018 by owlguy

nice shot of the old lady thanks Peter

Written on 22/01/2018 by ian mcdonell

@Chris, thanks for responding. I agree you are not violating any rules, but I do think your activity runs afoul of the expectation of good conduct on this site. Do you see my point? Look at N332NV here. We have 16 total photos, two by others and 14 by you. The photo tagged here is atrocious and barely recognizable. The color is so off that livery almost looks like the yellow and brown from UPS. Some of your contrail shots are interesting, but did we need seven from the same pass on 1/17/18? Rather than just uploading the totality of your photos be more selective. The ones that are blurry should be chucked immediately. Multiple ones in sequence should probably be paired down to the best one or two.

If you'd like, please feel free to join the discussion about it, I shared that here:

Again I am not coming at this from a point of ill will towards you and I understand if you don't have access to an airport; I lived in a rural location until a few years ago and my nearest airport was a two hour drive each way that I could not justify. I am a bit frustrated but would like to help educate you on best practices for posting. Just because something is not breaking a rule doesn't mean its a great idea. While its not a picture contest, the intent of FA photos isn't to be a dump of every photo you've ever taken of an aircraft. I have well over 100,000 aircraft photos that I have taken in my catalog, but I have only shared 30 on here. If I dumped dozens/hundreds of the same aircraft I think you would see many more people upset than appreciative. If you scale back the quantity I think you will find that most people would be a lot happier and appreciate your best shots.

Written on 22/01/2018 by Chris Pippen

Chris. Thanks for your constructive criticism. I'll start paying for attention to what I post. I know my pictures are the best. But it is not a picture contest. I don't live in an area with a major airport around me with in 100 miles and love taking pictures. So I'm stuck to high altitude pics. FA rules don't say only take one or two pictures of each plane. I always follow FA rules. I have a lot of folks on here that like what I do and have been on here 5, 10 years. I cant please everyone but I can please a few. Thank you though.

Written on 22/01/2018 by Chris Collinsworth

I agree! I'd love to see this bird someday!

Written on 22/01/2018 by Max W

Do you work at the airport Brandon, thats a nice spot you have there!

Written on 22/01/2018 by Mark Thomas

Nice shot Brandon!

Written on 22/01/2018 by Mark Thomas

Fantastic Shot

Written on 22/01/2018 by Peter Thomas

Great shot Luis, are you inside the fence?

Written on 22/01/2018 by Mark Thomas

Amazing photo....

Written on 22/01/2018 by BigAlOutWest

Cool! Thank you Kevin!

Written on 22/01/2018 by Caden Bell


Written on 22/01/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

You can read the reg from 7 miles below! fantastic shot!

Written on 22/01/2018 by Mark Thomas

If the PSA schemebird had been in this location just a few minutes earlier, I could have clicked JBU's New York International heritage paint in a picture with this PSA scheme holding. That would have been a fantastic catch. But the jetBlue landed just as the PSA was taxiing away from the terminal. I did get them together in several clicks, but it was when both were taxiing.

Written on 22/01/2018 by Gary Schenauer

Thanks for the data.............C

Written on 22/01/2018 by Charles Peele

This Douglas was built as a C-47A-30-DK with Douglas c/n 25313 and went to the USAAF as s/n 43-48052 according to Mr. Joe Baugher's published information.

He detailed this and later service as the a/c provided:

"48052 (MSN 13868/25313) to USAAF Jul 19, 1944. To RAF as Dakota III KG769 Jul 19, 1945, but to RCAF as KG769 Jul 25, 1944. To 32 OTU RCAF. WFU Nov 7, 1944. To TCA as CF-TEG 1946. To CF-GXW Aug 21, 1957. On US civil registry as N173RD. Current 2011".

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Written on 22/01/2018 by cliff731

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