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Proud Bonnie owner...

Written on 22/07/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Greetings to Guy!

Written on 15/07/2014 by Guido Warnecke

What is the intention to upload this photo, if I may ask?

Written on 08/06/2014 by Guido Warnecke

I didn't actually see them in person anywhere there. Where were they hiding?

Written on 28/04/2014 by Jeff Lawson

Image Captured, April 29, 2014. Presented Gallery wrap copy of this print to ALASKA at KSJC, May 20, 2014, Measures 16 X 30 .. May be on the wall in the KSJC Alaska Lost Baggage Office

Written on 20/05/2014 by Clement Roberts_ksjc408@aol.com

At the Aeroclub Gelnhausen, Germany.

Written on 14/05/2014 by Guido Warnecke

His and all others' service is appreciated and their sacrifice is not forgotten. It's too bad he didn't make it.

Written on 21/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Good shot.

Written on 21/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Neither. It's halfway extended.

Written on 27/04/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Yes, it's oversharpened, somewhat uneven edges, but I think the background lends itself to BW. If it were an Army UH-1, it would be perfect with the background.

Written on 29/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Why is the image flipped?

Written on 03/05/2014 by Nick Hesler

Celebrating Spring, no doubt.

Written on 21/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Wherever this is, it looks cold.

Written on 21/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

At the very bottom of the page you should see "Photo Tags" which will have the info you typed. You can change it there.

Written on 08/05/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

No problem. I've done it myself, unfortunately. Nice shot too.

Written on 18/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Really another bad photo with no contribution to the flightaware tracking website.

Written on 09/03/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Great shot. Good use of lines and composition.

Written on 21/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

I hope Juan gets the message.

Written on 10/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Getting ready for an IFR flight to Canada.

Written on 30/03/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Actually, it's not. The threshold of the runway on the island of St. Martin is within throwing distance from the beach. Aircraft come down extremely low to the crowd and the beach in order to touch down on the runway. Here's a couple of links showing the airport and the beach - http://www.airplane-pictures.net/images/uploaded-images/2011-8/31/154105.jpg http://travel.spotcoolstuff.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/maho-st-maarten-airport-beach-6.jpg

Written on 24/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

It's obviously an airport, but when? Where?

Written on 29/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Gook shot. I like it in BW.

Written on 29/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Wow! I really like this shot. There are so many great elements-people with cameras, sand being kicked up, the shadow on people, everybody focused on the plane, and of course, the plane.

Written on 27/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Darn good images. You did a great job with an ideal background and good time of day for ideal light. Impressive work.

Written on 16/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Who wants to see this????

Written on 12/07/2018 by Guido Warnecke

Windows in the nose section . . . ?

Written on 18/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Great shot! I'm sure you got an earful of engine when this plane passed overhead.

Written on 27/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Alamo1000 - thanks. I use a Nikon D800.

Written on 03/11/2013 by concord977

Nice shot. Wish I'd been there.

Written on 21/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Wow! Nice.

Written on 26/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Looks a lot like a DC-3 to me.

Written on 18/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Thank you. I turned around when he pulled in, and had only a couple of seconds to get the shot the way I wanted it.

Written on 04/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Awesome picture!

Written on 21/03/2019 by Kobe Hunte

and if there is n auto-focus switch on your camera... put in in the position "ON".

Written on 21/08/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Thanks clif...I noticed the white bandit in the background and then noticed the bigger prize behind it

Written on 13/09/2015 by sam kuminecz

Your photos are bad. Nothing has changed.

Written on 13/12/2018 by Guido Warnecke

I agree. There's a whole lot of junk and mediocre images uploaded to this site. Some people seem to do wholesale 'dumping' of photos regardless of quality. They get a high number of posts because they just upload whatever they take, good or bad, mostly bad.

Written on 10/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

This is the actual plane A6-EEK that landed as UAE 434 in the Brisbane http://flightaware.com/photos/view/794880-9accb19b76efac85d183e91622afd433b7262b90/all/sort/date/page/1

Written on 01/10/2013 by Paraic Dooley

A fast aircraft!

Written on 05/11/2013 by Guido Warnecke

Thanks. I've photographed this aircraft a lot.

Written on 23/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Timing is everything and you got it on this one. Good shot. I like the way the wings line up on a straight line.

Written on 04/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Ah, the perfect meal.

Written on 20/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Whoops! I guess the 'fix' was a mistake too. Well, half right at least.

Written on 20/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Heat haze.

Written on 17/09/2013 by concord977

Great shot.

Written on 21/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Thanks, I appreciate it. This particular image was taken with a Minolta 7D (believe it or not) in 2007, processed in Photoshop. I started out with the 7D as my first DSLR since I had a full array of lenses, cords, etc, from having bought the 7000 (the first autofocus SLR) when it came out. I now use a Nikon D300, possibly upgrading whenever I find employment.

Written on 20/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Pilatus P2 in Japanese markings. Interesting

Written on 19/01/2017 by sam kuminecz

Again here my question: what does a photo like this contribute to the flightaware.com photo section?

Written on 15/12/2013 by Guido Warnecke

Niiiice.

Written on 04/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

I can only repeat my question: what does this photo contribute to the plane spotting?

Written on 23/07/2014 by Guido Warnecke

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