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Throwback Thursday: Yuma Airshow 2013

By: Category: Airshows



This afternoon while clearing my HDD for an upcoming shoot I realized that I never posted the photos from the Yuma and El Centro Airshows. Unfortunately they all ended up in the back burner and sat dormant in my drive for months. I decided to start a “Throwback Thursday” (#tbt, as known on social media) to share these.


So here are the photos.


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Doce Fire: Days 1 + 2

By: Category: AirtankersWarbird


I woke up around noon on Tuesday and there were photos of some smoke on my Facebook feed. A small brush fire around Granite or Iron Springs, I thought; the location was right, the size wasn’t. Wednesday night the fire was at over 7000 acres and 0% containment.

As sad and destructive as they might seem, wildfires provide a great opportunity for airtanker aficionados and connoisseurs to gather around the airport perimeter and take photos, it also provides some entertainment for the families who have never seen planes this big at the local airport. Prescott sees only a handful of scheduled flights, and after Horizon pulled out, left Great Lakes and their Beech 1900Ds as the only scheduled passenger planes, and Ameriflight’s daily run with a Metro or a 1900C as the only cargo run.

So on Tue...

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A Night Of Specials

By: Category: PHXSpotting


Last weekend I was in Phoenix with a friend and we stopped at Sky Harbor for a bit. It was only supposed to be a couple of hours but then we got word that the US Airways Steelers logojet was due at 2200, so we stayed longer.

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