Taken on final for 35L at Lubbock, Texas (KLBB) with a GoPro Hero 4 and mount system on the step-up of the plane. Photo by Scott Schellhase.
PICTURE OF THE WEEK: Over the Numbers
Taken during the summer of 1972 at Eagle gliderport in North Plains, Oregon. Copyrighted photo by Jim Anderson.
Looking Forward to Summer
This was first flight of a Corvair engine powered Pietenpol built by EAA Chapter 866 member Jim Webb. Pilot is retired U.S. Air Capt. Ray Thomas. Taken at Dunn Airpark (X21), Titusville, Florida 12-14 yrs ago. Photo by Lawrence E. Gilbert.
Pietenpol Aircamper First Flight
Lower Manhattan and the NYC skyline, as seen from above Governors Island. Hudson River to left, East River to right, on Presidents Day 2022. Leica SL2, 37 mm. Copyrighted photo by Daniel Spitzer MD.
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