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Good picture 5 stars! new paint job? and tires

Written on 19/06/2018 by eric anstine

Double FA watermark and stolen from Martin Dighton who posted this fine photo only 24 days ago.

https://flightaware.com/photos/view/2519558-3fe9ff57ae9b10ae885e85a7e4822bcb8687e87f/user/flyer1dighton/sort/votes/page/1/size/xga

Written on 19/06/2018 by jim gevay

Boeing Stearman model 75

Written on 19/06/2018 by jobeard

The A-10: Where mission requirements and beauty meet engineering and aesthetic genius. Absolute 5.0/5.0 photograph. Very professional.

Written on 19/06/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Gorgeous! Way to go Canada! Happy birthday to our great neighbor to the north!

Written on 19/06/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Superb photograph! Definite 5.0+.

Written on 19/06/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

The 747 series of aircraft with their front, upper decks distinguish them as the most beautiful and memorable designs of all commercial aircraft. The 747's incredible beauty and alluring shape are akin to that of some of the most beautiful human females. Words describing its visual and technological appeal just aren't adequate to describe the 747 line. This photograph awesomely shows the beauty of the 747-400. Total 5.0++, additionally with the perfectly framed photograph and excellent, manicured lawn in the foreground.

Written on 19/06/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

I joined the USAF and went through OTS in my dream to fly this incredible machine. Still dreaming. Incredible shots like this do such aircraft justice. Wow!

Written on 19/06/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

まだ営業運行していないので、航空会社は決まっていません。

Written on 19/06/2018 by morimoto2014

三菱のMRJはまだテスト中の頃、名古屋空港からテストフライトに出たら、途中異常発生で能登空港に緊急着陸し、1週間ほど能登空港に駐機したままの時に撮影しました。

Written on 19/06/2018 by morimoto2014

Yes, Chris ! Spartan UC-71 Executive

Written on 19/06/2018 by Jean-Pierre MARTINROCHE

Gracias MOHICANO

Written on 19/06/2018 by jose carlos diaz garcia

I Love This

Written on 18/06/2018 by Anthony Gomez

Nice shot of a beautiful airplane.

Written on 18/06/2018 by Frank Zelinka

Somewhat sadly, the FAA registration for this nice 1968 Cessna 172 Skyhawk expired and was cancelled on 04/19/2018. Perhaps someone knows some particulars therein.

Written on 18/06/2018 by cliff731

*F*I*V*E* Stars!!!

Written on 18/06/2018 by cliff731

5X5* +++ Excellent Daniel! What shutter speed?

Written on 18/06/2018 by Dave Sheehy

Taken adjacent to Sydney airport YSSY in New South Wales, Australia (approx 34S 151E). He is on a parallel taxiway southbound and getting ready to depart on runway 34L (13,000 feet in length).

Written on 18/06/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

Where in the world is this?

Written on 18/06/2018 by Tim D

Thanks David! For the uninitiated, BR is "Mist". Should you ever happen to see "MI" stated, well, that means "Shallow". Gotta love those METARS.

Written on 18/06/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

Tanks Robert. she is gorgeous in green. Isn't she ?

Written on 18/06/2018 by John Marotta

Yes it was AirFranceB744. Cheers. Tanks a lot:)

Written on 18/06/2018 by John Marotta

Tanks Dwights !

Written on 18/06/2018 by John Marotta

Not sure how I missed it for all this time, but that is a great shot!

Written on 18/06/2018 by Greg Byington

Another nice job of being in the right place at the right time, Gary! Well done!

Written on 18/06/2018 by Greg Byington

I'm with Gary on that, Scot! I just wish I lived a little closer to KPHX. Keep up the great work!

Written on 18/06/2018 by Greg Byington

I do not have the need to use photoshop in my photos, the only thing I know is that it is one of my best photos

Written on 18/06/2018 by Adolfo Rosales

Sorry to rain on your parade, Todd. Summit Lake, AK (52Z). 31 miles north of Seward, AK (PAWD). PAWD METAR as follows: 181353Z AUTO 19016G32KT 3SM +RA BR FEW036 BKN047 OVC060 12/12 A2970 RMK....Rainy & windy, humidity 100%. Other than that, a lovely place.
Roy, a very nice picture, Thank you very much!!

Written on 18/06/2018 by David Mortimer

Your name came up during a recent conversation among several of us, Scot, and one guy referred to you as the "Photo King of Phoenix." We all agreed. Superb quality pics - each and every time. I speak for several in saying "Congrats - and please keep "em coming." (Tip of our spotter's group caps)

Written on 18/06/2018 by Gary Schenauer

Five star click here, T. And I always enjoy looking off in the background of your snaps - because you often have some interesting birds in the background - such as in this one. Five more Bravos!!

Written on 18/06/2018 by Gary Schenauer

Awesome picture.

Written on 18/06/2018 by MOHICANO

The aircraft sustained only minor damage. The front gear tire has been replaced and N9382W is back in the air.
(My apologies for the typo in my previous comment. I accidentally reversed the "2" and the "8" in that comment.)

Written on 18/06/2018 by Gary Schenauer

Paul, KMMI is home to the Swift Museum, this was at the recent National meetup which attracted some exceptional visitors.

Written on 18/06/2018 by Sacha Botbol

Wow!

Written on 18/06/2018 by Ricardo Gomes

Great picture!

Written on 18/06/2018 by Jim Powell

Great photo! Beautiful aircraft.

Written on 18/06/2018 by Ricardo Gomes

Thank you for a great photo.

Written on 18/06/2018 by Leon Kay

Nice.

I didn't realize that the London show was back on. I haven't been to one since the Cold War days of the 80's.

Always good times there.

Written on 18/06/2018 by Doug Zalud

This is where I want to be right now!

Written on 18/06/2018 by Todd Baldwin

I never get tired of watching these OLD LADY's of the skies.

Written on 18/06/2018 by RAY LLOYD

Brilliant picture.

Written on 18/06/2018 by RAY LLOYD

Love the picture.

Written on 18/06/2018 by RAY LLOYD

Great shot from the days of polished versus painted aluminum. Does KMMI have an aviation museum or was this just two great old birds on the ramp at the same time?

Written on 18/06/2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

GOD BLESS BORINQUEN ! ! !

DIOS BENDIGA A PUERTO RICO ! ! !

Written on 17/06/2018 by North America

GOD BLESS PUERTO RICO ! ! !

Written on 17/06/2018 by North America

Must be nice! It's here in KSAN for "Fathers Day!!!

Written on 17/06/2018 by jim garrity

This is a 737-800 and the airplane code is B738.

Written on 17/06/2018 by Tony Erni

excellent!

Written on 17/06/2018 by peterjp5

Wow! I missed this one myself, thanks for bumping it back into the comments section Alien! Great shot Gary! 5X5 +!

Written on 17/06/2018 by Dave Sheehy

It looks a lot like this Buff just ended up in a museum with the wing being reattached after road transit. Of course I could have that completely wrong, so whats actually going on in the picture Michael?

Written on 17/06/2018 by lordfarringdon

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