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Discussion in 'Flight Following' started by Lowflynjack, Nov 2, 2020.
Image 1 and 4 could easily be magazine covers or calendar photos ...
Stay tuned ...
Extremely nice, as always!
I’m just curious, do you ever happen to snap a photo at the moment that the anti-collision light blinks?
I have. I typically have people turn them off though.
Dry nice as usual. Keep those posts coming.
And the results!
Kid looks thrilled.
Lol, poor kid. He was going to fly in the front seat, but I decided I needed the more experienced pilot to be in the front seat where he could see better.
Jack has taken numerous air to air photos that are publication quality. He has a real gift and it is one that he can and does willingly share with the rest of us.
I acknowledge and appreciate his photographs, but when I think ofJack, I think of his flying low passes at a funeral service for a generous pilot that died near his own private strip at Quinlan, Texas about six or seven years ago. It was a wonderful expression of kindness and respect.
I would look the same. Flying is awesome but having my picture taken is the worst.
Great photos, Jack.
When I saw PA-12 in the title I knew this was going to be even better than usual.
I sure miss Walt. I was talking about him the other day and had to stop mid-sentence...
Agreed! Why I'm not on social media. I'm not camera shy, I just don't like em.
Very nice again Jack, My favs are 1,2 and 3.
The PA-12 is a very nice flying plane, my friend has one in our hangar.
Way to go Jack.
I’m officially in AZ now, Bullhead City. I will look forward to your next trip out west so I can get some shots of my 177RG in the desert.
Thanks Gary. I'm hoping to make it out there about a year from now. Lost out this year due to Covid concerns.