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Aviation Photography Article

Wed Sep 13, 2006 9:50 am

http://nycaviation.com/editorials#derner091006

I came across this article after browsing the website, and after reading it, I could really relate to myself when I attended my first Photography gathering at BWI Airport. I expected just like this guy did to meet someone in high class suits, carrying huge cameras with ID's around, and whatnot. But nope, the guy I met at BWI was in regular jeans, hoodies, and sunglasses. Pretty regular guy, and like this guy stated he found it they were normal guys as well!

Takes me back into thinking about when I started shooting and attended my first spotting trip, was very fun!

Hope ya'll enjoy it too!

Alex

[Edited 2006-09-13 02:52:01]
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