Aviation Photo #2000655 Cessna 152 - Untitled

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This is a result of a G550 using too much power while leaving the neighboring ramp.
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    Paul M Wickstrom
    Untitled
    Cessna 152
    Cessna 152
    Cessna 152
    Cessna
    15279767
    N757JB
    Carlsbad - McClellan-Palomar
    California
    USA
    October 10, 2011
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Photo Added: October 21, 2011

Comments (23)

Anonymous
8 years ago
An A380 wont leave any trace!..5 stars pic.
Anonymous
8 years ago
I like the G550 ;-)
Anonymous
8 years ago
A Boeing 777 won't leave any trace too !
Anonymous
8 years ago
N152SM in the background was the plane I not only soloed in but, also the one I earned my private pilot certificate. N757JB was my favorite and the quickest of the 152s in the Pinnacle Aviation Academy stable. Very unfortunate.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Oops.... someone has red ears ;-)
Anonymous
8 years ago
Have to agree, a 747 or A380 will just blow them back into the water.
Anonymous
8 years ago
What the best between the catch and the cause of what we can see ? Shurely the both !
Anonymous
8 years ago
I saw this on the news. Did they use this photo?

Nice catch, Paul!

-Ryan P.
Anonymous
8 years ago
They're bowing to the new prince of the Pridelands!
Anonymous
8 years ago
And all of this could have been prevented with $10 of rope...
Anonymous
8 years ago
It's also a result of not tying down your aircraft.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Oopsie-Daisy!! or Synchronized Flippage? Funny, but what a repair bill.
Anonymous
8 years ago
That's one unique prop-strike.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Someone is going to be getting an angry call from their insurance company.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Ouch!! I thought it was an art installation at first.
Anonymous
8 years ago
RIP N757JB
Anonymous
8 years ago
I did most of my private flight training in N152SM, the yellow 152 in the back ground. My last flight in that plane was on my private check ride on August 18, 1997. It is sad to see it upside down! These have to be some of the nicest and best maintained 152s in the country! I hope they can get them flying again soon!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Both aircraft were tied down with chains. The cable the chains were attached to broke. If you look close enough you can still see the chain attached to N152SM. Both aircraft are totaled, fortunately no one was injured.
Anonymous
8 years ago
...and the C-152 fleet shrinks a little more.
Anonymous
8 years ago
I have heard of cow tipping, but Cessna tipping... whoo-wouldhve-thunk!
Anonymous
8 years ago
I soloed and passed my private pilot skills test in N152SM. Sad to see this :(
Anonymous
8 years ago
Look at the tips of the vertical stabilizers! I did an intro flight with Paul in 757JB. Got me hooked. My flying club parks our planes just down the row a little ways. Crazy.
Anonymous
8 years ago
I also got my Private Pilot ticket in 757JB... sad to see this!!

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