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Beautiful.

Written on 20/08/2017 by Savannah Ford

Setting the pace!

Written on 20/08/2017 by Savannah Ford

Cessna 402C.

Written on 20/08/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Sad rip

Nice photo

Written on 20/08/2017 by usaf12367

How sad to know that this plane had a fatal accident, RIP

Written on 20/08/2017 by John Muir

Poor thing -- what happened to its tail?

Written on 20/08/2017 by Torsten Hoff

Russian Far East. It's right across the Bering Strait from Gambell, Alaska on St. Lawrence Island. Bering Air has a flight to Provdeniya from Nome.

Written on 20/08/2017 by Alan Sorum

very nice - so serene

Written on 20/08/2017 by ian mcdonell

Definitely a big like thanks

Written on 20/08/2017 by ian mcdonell

Agree - a nice pic - thanks

Written on 20/08/2017 by ian mcdonell

5* Brian! Love that Speedbird paint scheme.

Written on 20/08/2017 by Dave Sheehy

oh I have heard of those planes thanks for the info

Written on 20/08/2017 by usaf12367

Great catch and a SUPER shot, Sam!

Written on 20/08/2017 by Dave Sheehy

Do YOU 5 star your own photos?

Written on 20/08/2017 by electronicspro1

why you gotta be like this nick? just let him do his own thing. And by the way, this is a B739

Written on 20/08/2017 by electronicspro1

Hi Dave!
thank you!.
will do my best!!
greetings Uwe!

Written on 20/08/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Note-FA would not accept SNJ-2 under aircraft type so I substituted T6.

Written on 20/08/2017 by Dave Sheehy

5* picture

Written on 20/08/2017 by Dave Sheehy

I can tell a Uwe Zinke shot from looking at the thumbnails, perfection! Well done Uwe!

Written on 20/08/2017 by Dave Sheehy

This is actually just a 737-400 used by the US Marshalls Service to transport prisoners around the country

Written on 20/08/2017 by Todd Royer

This goes to prove that fireworks are not necessary in creating a beautiful scenario, especially when the lights are coming from an every-day situation. Very enlightening!

Written on 20/08/2017 by otto albers

Thanks John.

Written on 20/08/2017 by muroi

Thanks Miguel.

Written on 20/08/2017 by muroi

Andy, thank you for your comment.
I tried many times and I was able to do satisfactory shooting.
Also, I will do my best to be able to shoot.

Written on 20/08/2017 by muroi

Thanks roland pfeifer.

Written on 20/08/2017 by muroi

Thanks John.
I was able to shoot on the last flight of the day.

Written on 20/08/2017 by muroi

Thanks Joe,

Written on 20/08/2017 by muroi

Thanks Michael.

Written on 20/08/2017 by muroi

WOW ! Awesome picture. Well done !!

Written on 20/08/2017 by John Marotta

Well Done!

Written on 20/08/2017 by Eddie Stasiewicz

Clean. Sophisticated. Pretty. Very nice.

Written on 20/08/2017 by Tim Hoggarth

What a great shot! Love it!!

Written on 20/08/2017 by Andy Power

Thank you Mark

Written on 20/08/2017 by Ihsanush Shabri

Stunning!

Written on 20/08/2017 by Michael Flagg

Chris Robey... Wiki says Provideniya is located in the Chukchi Peninsula of Russia and this airport is the closest one in Russia to the United States. The Bering Strait separates this peninsula from the Seward Peninsula of Alaska.

As to "grim", I guess there's little incentive for fancy architectural design in such a remote area of the world.

Written on 20/08/2017 by cliff731

What a classic! Grim would be an understatement. Still working on locating exactly where in Russia is Provideniya...looks like steeply rising terrain in the background to the left.

Written on 19/08/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Medical emergency

Written on 19/08/2017 by Andrew1799

I learned to fly in this airplane in 1972 at Michigan City Municipal Airport (which is no longer in existence). Glad to see that the airplane is still out there doing its thing.

Written on 19/08/2017 by Kurt Malerich

Great catch, any idea why it was diverted to Phoenix?

Written on 19/08/2017 by Brett Easton

Thanks Claude! Excellent.

Written on 19/08/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Nice shot

Written on 19/08/2017 by usaf12367

NICE!!

Written on 19/08/2017 by jpYAMATO

7FL6 Spruce Creek newly paved runway 6-24 opened today 8/19/17

Written on 19/08/2017 by John Carpenter

(--EZZJCF9E EZZJCF9E 
I hope they are not chemtrails)
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Funny you should ask! What you are seeing is actually Di-Hydrogen Monoxide (DHMO) , the single most prevalent greenhouse gas in our atmosphere. DHMO isn't apparent until temperature, pressure, and density conditions are just right to reflect the incident light. At that time the awful truths about these chem-trails reveal themselves. P.S. Great photo showing vortexes in action!

Written on 19/08/2017 by Dennis Bishop

Awesome shot buddy

Written on 19/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

Fantastic shot Ihsanush!!

Written on 19/08/2017 by Mark Thomas

Great shot James. I like how the flight crew have to get in and out of the plane. No stairs?

Written on 19/08/2017 by Brian Carlin

We proud of Santos Dumont, a special Brazilian man! He changed the world!!!

Written on 19/08/2017 by FLAVIO NOVAES

Nice

Written on 19/08/2017 by Andres Bustamante

I had a great photo session with photographer Robb Gesert in 2007 just above Troy airstrip in Missouri. He is one of the best.

Written on 19/08/2017 by Frank Sperandeo

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