It was a snowy day and as we don't have much snow I took a day off from work to do some snow photography at the Aviodrome
A friend was set for a flight in a historic Fokker S11 that same day something I was not aware of.
Unfortunately he had heart his back the day before and told me I could take his place if I wanted to...... well ehhh if you insist
Just lucky to be around.
The truth lives in one’s mind, it doesn’t really exist
This is certainly the most relevant, as the conditions were crazy. It had rained all night and I came in from GVA that morning, the runway was soaked. But the sun came out and the black clouds stayed, and this plane rotated right in front of me... I'm very happy with that shot!
This is my second lucky shot. I had never taken any piucture in quite end of day conditions and I still gave it a try. I had had my DSLR for only about 5 weeks and clicked. Never thought it would turn out that good!
And I hope that there will be a lot lot more, and wish the same to you!
It's not about AIRBUS. it's not about BOEING. It's all about the beauty of FLYING.
I was waiting to catch a connecting flight at St Louis and had been snapping shots through the terminal windows when I heard this muffled roar. I saw these two Phantoms out of the corner of my eye and literally raised the camera and snapped them, no time to focus or alter any of the settings or even think about how I was panning. And with a window in the way as well! Am still astonished that it came out so well and was good enough for A.Net.
Secondly, this wing shot over the wing of a TCX A332 on my way home from cuba. The wing and winglet are nicely silhoetted against the setting sun over the horizon. The lucky thing is there's minmal reflection on the window, no lens flare from shooting towards the setting sun and the overall quality of the image since it was taken with my 3mp Kodak DX4330!