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All I can say is WOW What a great photo.

Written on 23/02/2018 by roland pfeifer

He was probably late for work but still dedicated enough to try and do his job.

Written on 23/02/2018 by Charles Buckley

LOT(s) of photos now....

Written on 23/02/2018 by jptq63

Living that corporate pilot life!

Written on 23/02/2018 by shrudini

thank you Greg!

Written on 23/02/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Thanks

Written on 23/02/2018 by Brian Buckley

That answered THAT question. Thanks Jim.

Written on 23/02/2018 by Loren Wood

Nice catch, Uwe!

Written on 23/02/2018 by Greg Byington

Beautiful

Written on 23/02/2018 by Edward Pratt

It's basically a flying engine!

Written on 23/02/2018 by M A

Forget the site gremlins, that is a great picture!

Written on 23/02/2018 by joolsmy

I have a little time in that Herc out of Sacto and Kodiak. Best flying job I ever had. Thanks for sharing Rick and thank your son for his service. BTW those props may be synced but are out of phase for vibration. Perfect timing on the capture as solid state syncrophaser was probably adjusting the phase. Semi-Paratus!

Written on 23/02/2018 by John Lussier

Great pic and great pilot. I met Kent a while back and he took me on my first flight in a little plane! Super nice guy, now I'm working on my PPL! Thanks for sharing.

Written on 23/02/2018 by slower01

Terrific shot! Appreciate your son's service!

Written on 23/02/2018 by Tarheeled

@cliff731

Minor correction: In Oct 2016, Viking Air Ltd acquired the type certificate of the CL215/T/415 from Bombardier

Written on 23/02/2018 by msasges

No way I can thank everyone involved in yesterday's fantastic experience. So I'll just say I am tremendously appreciative to everyone who made my first-ever visit to, and on, an A330 possible.

Written on 23/02/2018 by Gary Schenauer

William, all of your pics in your account have been stolen!

There is a double watermark in this pic.

This pic was originally uploaded on FlightAware by Shabbir Bashar.

https://flightaware.com/photos/view/2269049-c0360bf2e05065ad330336219512557facc23eac/airline/AFR/sort/votes/page/1

Written on 23/02/2018 by shrudini

One million photos... CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

Written on 23/02/2018 by Saskia Priscilla Oberholzer

Great shot!

;-)

Written on 23/02/2018 by Saskia Priscilla Oberholzer

Great photo.

Written on 23/02/2018 by jthyland

What a nice doggie!

Written on 23/02/2018 by chris lucak

nice job

Written on 23/02/2018 by gwapo santa

Nice photo of a nice bird. Will still be flying 10 years from now. 20 years? We would shut down 1&4 on station chasing Soviet Subs.

Written on 23/02/2018 by jthyland

Rick -
It must be a thrill to watch your son tool around in the sky! You must be proud.

Written on 23/02/2018 by corsair2

Pretty nice. Last Convair CV-340 built 64-years ago.

Written on 23/02/2018 by Art Murray

Sir,
I bet there isn't and word conceived or a devise invented to describe or measure how proud you are. Gr8 job on the photo and raising a great American! That aircraft was assembled in my home town. Marietta, Georgia.

Written on 23/02/2018 by Joe Wood

Two T7s, both with grey bellies - one is paint, the other is...well...AF.

Written on 23/02/2018 by corsair2

Flight Design CTSW

Scores highly on the fun per dollar scale.

Written on 23/02/2018 by Kent Wien

5 stars

Written on 23/02/2018 by renato basso

Nice shot of a very nice looking plane

Written on 23/02/2018 by Al Bauer

Excellent shot of a perfect plane.

Written on 23/02/2018 by Al Bauer

WE GOT THE DUCK TAPE!

Written on 23/02/2018 by Mike C

Landing runway 11 at Warsaw Chopin.

Written on 23/02/2018 by andrew kennaugh

Very good

Written on 23/02/2018 by AÉRCIO MARCELINO

Hi - this image took a lot of luck or skill in either the camera or photoshop, but it was NOT taken from Bonanza N536BC - check an image out online, the window is simply the wrong shape. But, hey ho! It's a fun lift!

Written on 23/02/2018 by Peter West

I miss the voice of the prophets.Thanks.

Written on 23/02/2018 by MEHMET OKTAY ÇAKIRLAR

New king

Written on 23/02/2018 by MEHMET OKTAY ÇAKIRLAR

Wow!

Written on 23/02/2018 by A.Levent Bekdik

awesome timing.

Written on 23/02/2018 by MEHMET OKTAY ÇAKIRLAR

Two 777?

Written on 23/02/2018 by Tomer Ariav

It was in use on the shuttle between Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo some 50 years ago.

Written on 23/02/2018 by Tomer Ariav

I use a simple Nikon DX AF-P 70-300 mm lens. Do some cropping on the camera, that's about it. Sometimes I touch things up slightly, but if the light's perfect - like that evening - then I usually don't mess with it. Unless you're very far away, which I can't think of any spots around RDU that would require that distance, 70-100 mm lenses do excellently.

Written on 23/02/2018 by Savannah Ford

Lol!

Written on 22/02/2018 by Grant Bush

yes isaac it is me

Written on 22/02/2018 by eric anstine

Perfect timing!

Written on 22/02/2018 by Owen Olsen

Great photo with the SP in the back.

Written on 22/02/2018 by Moe Bertrand

He can go lower!

Written on 22/02/2018 by shrudini

Great Photo Daniel !!

Written on 22/02/2018 by ken kemper

Nice Job Rick !!

Action Photo

Written on 22/02/2018 by ken kemper

Wonderful Photo William !!

Written on 22/02/2018 by ken kemper

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