Aviation Photo #1259482 McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B Hornet - USA - Navy

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This is how the Navy does it. Sneak pass about 50 feet of the deck and making its own weather system. Its only practice too.
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    Agustin Anaya
    USA - Navy
    McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B Hornet
    McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet
    McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet
    McDonnell Douglas
    0150/B035
    161943
    Pensacola - NAS / Forrest Sherman Field
    Florida
    USA
    August 29, 2007
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Anonymous
9 years ago
Excellent catch on this one. Congrats!
Anonymous
9 years ago
She just came out of heaven! Have seen them @ Leeuwarden, lovely!

Sven from N.-Br.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Breathless moment, well done
Anonymous
9 years ago
Just simply perfect capture! Congratulations Agustin.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Stunning shot! Look at the shadow of the aircraft nose, amazing...
Anonymous
9 years ago
Intriguing. Seems that there must be some sort of temperature drop for there to be this visible condensation around the aircraft
Anonymous
9 years ago
You've really caught a 5-star for sure. That's gorgeous.Love the pale rainbow effects.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Nice trans-sonic pass :D First time I see it so low, excellent photo Agustin !
Anonymous
9 years ago
Awesome photo....right place right time :)
Anonymous
9 years ago
This photo is off the chain! Low level sonic cone? the ground must be going by real fast
Anonymous
9 years ago
There's so much going on in this picture. First, you have the wonderful low pressure zones that are clearly visible in this picture. Then, you have that excellent glint of sunlight off the starboard engine cowling that just adds so much to the picture IMO. Then, you have the yellow lines that contrast with the unmistakable blues of the Angels! 5* for an amazing photo that gives you more than you paid for.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Simply incredible!! This must be the best shot I've seen this year...
Anonymous
9 years ago
You can even faintly see the shadow of the aircraft on the condensation cloud - amazing!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Now THAT is a superb sneak pass shot, certainly outdoes mine for the simple fact that you at least captured some real vapor! Five stars, I'm a bit envious! :) Jaysen - Wichita, KS
Anonymous
9 years ago
Extremely great photo
Anonymous
8 years ago
Like its coming out of a time warp! Awesome photo!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow, it's just amazing. For not flight interested it may seems just like a fuzzy pic but for us it's just a great one
Anonymous
7 years ago
Amazing
Anonymous
7 years ago
I can see and feel the air pressure by water vapor.
Anonymous
6 years ago
WOWWWW!!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
STUNNING SHOT, MAN! Congratulations!
Dmitry Terehov, Russian Federation.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Time-travel is Real!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Bad. Ass.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Quick fingers :)
Anonymous
5 years ago
Four stars for Mach 2 photographer..:)
Anonymous
5 years ago
Fantastic picture!

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