It is Thursday and I have more pictures that I wanna have people look at. The only thing that has been done to them is to zoom in a little. Other than that, no touch ups to be had.
What are they all from? This past weekend, there was an Air Show at our little regional airport. It was sooooo hot that day! And unless you brought your own shade, there was none. Unfortunately, The Boy didn't get to go with us because it was his weekend to be with the DNA Donor.
Anyway, the Golden Knights parachute team and the Blue Angels were the highlights of the show. We got to the airfield around 10:30 in the morning and left around 4:30 pm. It was a lot of fun.
I have been told that this is a Warthog. Ok...if you say so!
If you notice, there is someone standing on the top wing of this plane. Her husband is flying the plane in all sorts of directions and she is acting like it is no big deal. Talk about trusting your spouse!
No, I did not flip this picture. She is truly upside down. Outside of the plane. Like it is no problem. Yeah. She can NOT be totally sane.
This is called the Freedom Flight. Or so I have been told.
This is a Corsair. Not the best picture of the bunch, but I thought it was kind of cool how it seems as though there is no back ground to it. Again, I did nothing to this picture except zoom in a little.
This is one of the Golden Knights flying in the flag.
I love this shot!
These are all six of the Blue Angels.
And, one more angle.
Don't look like the same planes do they? I love how the sun has caught them and make them look like some sort of bug!
It is hard enough keeping the camera focused on the group as they blow by at 400 miles an hour. But when they split like this, not only does the camera have a hard to focusing, but so do I!
I think I was really lucky to have caught these two making a pass at each other. Sounds kinda dirty when you say it that way.....
They look like they are touching each other, but I have been told that they are about 18 inches apart. Yeah, well, I will take their word for it because I refuse to be the one to climb up there and measure it!
Flight of Four.
Still not gonna dispute the distance between them!
This next one is my favorite of the bunch. And I did take a bunch! Over 1600 shots to be truthful. I figured that I could get at least a couple good ones, and I think that I did.
If you look really close, you will see two pilots. See them, one on top of the other? Or at least that is how it looks, huh? Yeah, I love this shot.
We had a really good afternoon.