This past Saturday the stars finally aligned after about a month of cancellations. The weather looked good and our schedules all lined up. As we approached the departure time, high-level clouds started rolling in from the west and by the time we were airborne we were completely in shadow. We altered our plan in real-time when we spotted some good light to the South and East. After two large loops through the remaining sunlight, we called the shoot. Good timing too, as my SD card filled up right as the Arrow broke away. The pilot of our photoship did a great job spotting the light and giving me a heads up about what lay ahead. He also made a few suggestions during the flight on positioning the Arrow for the upcoming terrain. It made my job easy. I'm based in Connecticut and am always looking for more subjects. If you're in the area or are willing to fly here, PM me and I can give you more details.