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Superbe!

Written on 2018/12/14 by ThierryBeyl

Just a microsecond before touchdown. Not even a puff of burnt rubber from the left mains!

Written on 2018/12/14 by David Seider

THIS is why artists call this time of day the "Golden Hour"!
Splendid!

Written on 2018/12/14 by David Seider

It's a bit garish for my taste, but she's still a Phantom!
- Regards phrom a phormer Phantom phixer (USN)!
I always love me some smokey Rhinos!

Written on 2018/12/14 by David Seider

C-124A, 49-258 is on display at the Air Mobility Command Museum at Dover, Delaware. This is the only remaining "A" model. There are about 35 other aircraft on display at the museum. Interior tours can sometimes be arranged.

Written on 2018/12/14 by Brian Roth

A real-life example for a University course titled "The importance of aesthetics in commercial aviation design."
-My very opinionated opinion.
Well taken as always, Uwe!

Written on 2018/12/14 by David Seider

Impressive bird and an impressive photo (both, simultaneously!)
Gut gemacht!

Written on 2018/12/14 by David Seider

Ah, one of those Bugs from the RCAF!
The LERX can really produce some impressive vortices!

Written on 2018/12/14 by David Seider

Thank you!

Written on 2018/12/14 by PerryL

Terrific pic.
In my best Carl Sagan voice: "Billyuns and billyuns" of stars!
Well done. There's a reason that artists call this the "golden hour"

Written on 2018/12/14 by David Seider

This photo isn't on LPAZ airport.

Written on 2018/12/14 by Nelson Rodrigues

This photo is not on LPAZ airport.

Written on 2018/12/14 by Nelson Rodrigues

This photo is not on LPAZ airport.

Written on 2018/12/14 by Nelson Rodrigues

This photo is not on LPAZ airport.

Written on 2018/12/14 by Nelson Rodrigues

This photo is not on LPAZ airport.

Written on 2018/12/14 by Nelson Rodrigues

@takesley - To see additional pix of this particular bird, scroll up to the photo information box, and click on the orange box with the "5" in it. The "5" indicates that there are five pix of this registration (JA06RK)in the database, and you will be taken to an album of those pix.
Similarly, there are 42726 photos of B738s and 541 photos at the Naha, Okinawa airport (ROAH).

Written on 2018/12/14 by David Seider

Lets twist again like we did last Summer............

Written on 2018/12/14 by Jim Costello

Must be Ford in blue shirt, what pilot wouldn't like to do his own landing.

Written on 2018/12/14 by DICK WARREN

Indiana Jones

Written on 2018/12/14 by DICK WARREN

Is that part of a white-line maple leaf on the underside?

Written on 2018/12/14 by Ed McCorduck

Right you are. I didn't have the FULL up before. Now I see it. Thanks.

Written on 2018/12/14 by takelsey

Lots of laughs jobeard......

Have a great weekend

Written on 2018/12/14 by ken kemper

Awesome photo King..

Written on 2018/12/14 by ken kemper

@takelsey - The secondary winglet is there...just hard to see. It's a very thin white line proceeding from the base of the winglet, and it's pointed right at the top level of the control tower.

Written on 2018/12/14 by David Seider

Spent the summer with my older brother in '51 or '52 in Mobile AL. He piloted these from Mobile to South America pretty regularly.

Written on 2018/12/14 by takelsey

Sad, hope everyone is okay.

Written on 2018/12/14 by Jesse Adams

Beautiful pic!!

Written on 2018/12/14 by Jason Belanger

Ichiban !!

Written on 2018/12/14 by takelsey

Great photo.

Written on 2018/12/14 by takelsey

Nice job.

Written on 2018/12/14 by takelsey

Great shot. I'd love to see another view of the fuselage artwork.

Written on 2018/12/14 by takelsey

What's up with the right wing tip? Look like something is missing?

Written on 2018/12/14 by takelsey

I was a teenager when they were in service. We all remember the sound! You could always hear them coming and in my mind, they almost sounded like a B-36. It seems the B-36 was louder and maybe even by that time they were retired so it had to be a C-124. I always hoped for a B-36 - just one more time! I have a thick book on the R-4360 engine. Occurred to me, they had 4,000 more cubic inches than my Cherokee 180.

Written on 2018/12/14 by David Grimm

Curioso !!!

Written on 2018/12/14 by Maria TR

Love those vintage pics

Written on 2018/12/14 by John Rumble

Just love those clean-before-computers-pen-and-paper designs. A classic

Written on 2018/12/14 by John Rumble

Like this picture a lot!!!!

Written on 2018/12/14 by nycslc1

Cool shot!!!

Written on 2018/12/14 by nycslc1

Really pretty picture!

Written on 2018/12/14 by nycslc1

No one will ever notice a red warbird. Nice shot...

Written on 2018/12/14 by Frank Pezzo

interesting looking 737-300 right there....

Written on 2018/12/14 by John Manley

And here you can get up close and personal with "Mustang Sally"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVtjOTu51tc

and

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-h773NYA5I

Written on 2018/12/14 by Viv Pike

Connie - "it" is a privately owned, South African based, Mustang P-51D "Mustang Sally"

Written on 2018/12/14 by Viv Pike

Beautiful

Written on 2018/12/14 by Minnow Bachas

Mt. Hood just about 45 miles to the east of the airport.

Written on 2018/12/14 by lonewolf2121

It doesn't say what it is. Help?

Written on 2018/12/14 by Connie Godin

what mountain is pictured ?

Written on 2018/12/14 by suomel

Hi Gary. Great capture of this livery. It seems that my nagging to the FA staff about the punctuation faults in the text might have paid off. It looks to be sorted out, so "I am testing my theory here". Ain't it wonderful if the contractions & "quotes" are fixed. It's sure to put a smile on a few faces.
However, if it's still broken, then I apologize.

Written on 2018/12/14 by Viv Pike

thats not an ec120 thats is a remake of the eurocopter h125 or a-star called the AVIcopter 311A

Written on 2018/12/14 by eric anstine

Love the longer DH8's!

Written on 2018/12/13 by Kevin Haiduk

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