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Discussion in 'Flight Following' started by Inverted, Nov 19, 2012.
Thunderstorm off of the Georgia coast...
Nui Ba Ben, Tay Ninh RVN circa Feb of '73. We'd stage out of there and fly north to recon along the Cambodian border. This was near the end of the way. Best, Dave
Departing KRCM. Nothing special, but I like the angle and new perspective:
Courtesy of Sporty's (I think). Absolutely love the angle:
Don't have a source for this one, but I absolutely love it. I find myself staring at it when I need to get away from things for a while:
Some GoPro action today.
Another Bay Tour pic.
That is recent, when they covered the water tower on Alcatraz.
It is uncovered now.
Coming back from Santa Barbara on Sunday.
How do you get these photos to appear full size in the post? Do they have to be hosted by anther site?
Photo is a little fall color shot...East of Pittsburgh
If it is sitting on your computer, you can attach it like you did, preview the post and copy the URL for the attachment then paste the URL into popup from "insert picture". I think you can then delete the attachment.
But your original attachment comes out huge when you do that.
If it's someplace like Picassa or Flikr or whatever, you need to find the link to the actual picture (somthing like
and paste that in.
What works for me in Picassa is to check "Image only (no link)
", select the size, and copy what is in the imbed image box.
Thanks. I'll give it a try.
No chance to take pics lately having been working on my Instrument Rating.
Any rule on posting older pics?
First time my wife went flying GA, about a week after I get my certificate. Her head was the best place for the GoPro.
Over the St. John's river Saturday.
Also, if you have Tapatalk, they make it a one step process and will host the picture for you.
i took a friend's mother on a sight-seeing flight last month. I stole these pics from her:
Looking down the Kennebec
AUG has brand new surfaces
Summer of 1969, I had just started to take flying lessons when a tornado passed through and put all my plans on hold.
The plane was rebuilt however and I did eventually learn to fly in it. In fact it's still on the register, up in Kirkland WA.
Old J3's NEVER die!
Did my first night bay tour recently, these are the best shots. I will say this Angel Island is "DARK" at night:
Golden Gate looking south
Alcatraz and the financial district
Financial district close up
I love looking through old photos - keep em coming!
Niagara Falls last year.
My new to me Debonair. I am so in love with this airplane!
The day I purchased it, 11/29/12:
The flight home...
Entering the pattern...
Landing at KOPN Thomaston, GA.
Man I can see the smile on your face even on the last picture.
Landing at KPSP last week:
Haha, yep. I have looked like this for a week! Nice picture BTW Machfly.
Had some rainy flights last week.
This was taken from the helicopter on a training mission last week. The water in the foreground is the inter-coastal waterway.
Flying home from KTRI a couple weeks ago. Saw the sun setting on the left wing then saw that the moon was rising on the right wing at the same time. Smooth flight at 6500 msl
Having some fun a couple weeks ago.
^Wow that looks fun!
I went for a short flight to KPIM Pine Mountain, GA. Nice little airport with interesting foothills to the east and south of the field.
Nice sunset on the way home. I have really been enjoying this plane.
Parked in front of my hangar at KOPN. It was a nice trip.
Flight to MVY on Christmas Eve. More to follow.
Merry Christmas everyone!!
Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
Not mine, but I figured I'd upload it for today:
These were from 2011
My home strip!
San Rafael Swell, Utah
Flight over Daniel Island, SC, looking southeast toward Charleston harbor.....
Wx in norcal:
Wx in socal:
On my way to Shelter Cove this afternoon.
This is on final for 30