Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • JLS Photo
    Untitled
    Ryan Navion B
    Ryan Navion
    Ryan Navion
    Ryan
    NAV-4-2282B
    N5382K
    Pontiac - Oakland County International
    Michigan
    USA
    August 25, 2002
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Photo Details

Photo ID
#0268993
Views
28,164
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Basic Type
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Region
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Accepted
August 31, 2002
Width
1024px
Height
696px

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Comments (7)

Anonymous
10 years ago
Pictures the clean lines,and aerodynamics quite clearly. the canopy shows nicely . overall it depicts the navion well,in this action ground shot.
Anonymous
10 years ago
The true lines of the navion show
Anonymous
10 years ago
Good angle showing Markings and Registration detail
Anonymous
10 years ago
Taken from just the perfect perspective.
R. Caldarone
Danvers, MA
Anonymous
8 years ago
The Navion is a beautiful airplane! To see such a fine example photographed so professionally is a delight to the eye - truly "eye candy" for this airplane buff!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Nice sharp image, centered, balenced placement of plane. would have rated it higher, but, not my favorite angle of a lovely navion.
Anonymous
5 years ago
The machines' existance is realistically represented. it's military provinance is "in your face", declared with the only proper face paint, yet it is obviously in civilian service. the n# is secondary to the military designation, yet joined by 'ol glory. but it is the photographer's stance that makes the photo. the prop is spining at idle, the stick-jock is attentive to all indicators, the canopy is not "open"-- just set for quick "flip and shut". lucky you are to frame this moment from your vantage; feeling the heat, the engine noise, and the prop stir. but in your minds' eye you're in the air, right beside him, just glancing at the fellow beside you, i guess. he turns his pilots' sunglasses in your direction. three seconds pass. you give him a slow, not military grade salute-- and for a monent you're just glad to be there.