Sponsored Links:
Commercial Flight SchoolCharter FlightsModel AirplanesAirport ParkingCheap Flights,   Discount Digital Cameras

Picture of the Grumman E-2C Hawkeye (G-123) aircraft

[ Medium Large Fit Screen ]

  
 
  653 of 981  
 
   
 
  653 of 981  
 

Rate and comment on this photo by clicking on the star rating below:

                                                   

Aircraft Taken at
More: USA - Navy
More: Grumman E-2C Hawkeye (G-123)
More: Off-Airport - Indian Ocean
More: International Airspace, October 14, 2005
Remark Photographer
1***** 130 sec. exposure in rough seas. [Canon 300D 18-55mm EF-S]
More: Chad Thomas - Jetwash Images
Contact Chad Thomas - Jetwash Images
Learn how to link to this photoLink to me!

[ Medium Large Fit Screen ]

 
Distinct views: 119,472
Photo added: January 27, 2007
Average views per day: 42

Other great photos:
More shots like these...
Visitor comments (25)   [Hide]Post your own comments by rating the photo above!
A visitor from - posted Sat November 29, 2014:
Its one of a best pic
thanks

A visitor from Mexico posted Fri June 28, 2013:
What a cleaver picture, congratulations!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun May 12, 2013:
It looks like an aircraft wing from the thumbnail.

A visitor from United States posted Thu April 4, 2013:
I really don't know much about photography. How do you do something like this? Amazing effect.

A visitor from - posted Sun August 19, 2012:
Amazing!

A visitor from Luxembourg posted Fri May 25, 2012:
Excellent study of anti-collision lights from a Hawkeye landing on a carrier deck!

A visitor from Sweden posted Tue September 27, 2011:
This is a perfect example of how a picture is worth a thousand words. Great effect

A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue September 27, 2011:
Perfect visual presentation of the approach. Will be nice if this pilot is able to compare the photo with the oficial data from the plane.

A visitor from United States posted Mon August 15, 2011:
Nice picture of a Pitching Deck approach....this tells the story so much better than a faster shutter speed could have!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat May 28, 2011:
Awesome pic

A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon April 18, 2011:
Magnificent, will be my background for a while...

A visitor from - posted Mon April 18, 2011:
Fantastiiiic...
- Shaqs

A visitor from - posted Wed October 6, 2010:
The most interesting thing in this picture (and there are many) is the ec-2 vertical stabilizer reflection in red. Lighted up by the rotaring beacon.

Amazing picture, 5 starz.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 21, 2010:
Absolute perfection. The way you can track the aircraft's flight path is brilliant.

A visitor from - posted Wed July 7, 2010:
Beautiful picture. The exposure time captures the lights of the aircraft in an unique way.

A visitor from Belgium posted Wed July 7, 2010:
Very nice

A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue June 1, 2010:
Neptune's very own handwriting recorded for the first time:) A scoop of the utmost magnitude.

A visitor from United States posted Tue June 1, 2010:
Another great shot from one of the Jetwash guys.

A visitor from - posted Tue June 1, 2010:
Congratulations, fantastic.

A visitor from Ireland posted Tue June 1, 2010:
Aaah, so it was a moving photograph platform that created the a/c's light movements. I thought initially that was one unstable aircraft!!

A visitor from United States posted Mon March 29, 2010:
Very cool! Creative shot.

A visitor from Hong Kong posted Thu July 9, 2009:
Nice photo !

A visitor from Poland posted Tue April 10, 2007:
Perfect track of lights showing how difficult is to land at the carrier

A visitor from Estonia posted Sun January 28, 2007:
Amazing photo! It is worth 10 stars!

A visitor from Australia posted Sat January 27, 2007:
Magic shot Chad. Great work.

User photo albums containing this photo    [Show] Create your own photo album!