It was cold and windy this morning but totally worth the wait.
Gallery: 237 photos
Joined Mar 2007
Location: Ottawa, Ont, Canada
NICE. Love the framing.
A skill is developed through constant practice with a passion to improve, not bought.
Joined Mar 2012
Thank you too bad I was unable to go I would of never made the train in and got to that spot in time anymore.
Joined Sep 2011
Location: The Great White North
Fantastic shot, how long did you wait?
Gallery: 71 photos
Joined Oct 2006
What an awesome sight !! Were there a lot of photographers waiting with you?
Done with Numbers. Own the X and the R
Joined Sep 2009
Location: Kissimmee, FL
that is an excellent shot!! one of the best I've seen!
~Eliza Rain~ I'm still learning- but I'm doing my best
Gallery: 21 photos
Best ofs: 2
Joined Oct 2006
Thanks everyone. I got there about 8:30 and the shuttle came by around 10:30. At first there were only about twenty folks with cameras but that quickly grew into the hundreds
The only TPBMer without a title. Enjoying my anonymity.
Joined Jul 2006
Location: In my tree
Where were you Stan? I was further up above the GW bridge. Is this Weehawken?
Cream of the "Prop"
Joined May 2007
Location: Probably Chasing Aircraft
Joined Apr 2008
As a Star trek fan, this is beautiful.
Joined Sep 2008
Location: Bronx/Westchester N.Y.
Super shot! I wish they did this on the weekend.. could not get out of work for this.
Nikon D610 70-200 2/8, 24-702/8 TCII 1.7
Joined Oct 2008
Location: Loomis, Califorrnia
Apr 27, 2012 15:25 as a reply to @ Hecks's post |
Gallery: 8 photos
Joined Feb 2004
Location: Middle of Michigan
That was certainly worth the wait!
FrankC - 20D, RAW, Manual everything...
Joined Apr 2012
Awesome capture. It's pretty amazing when you actually think about the significance of that little shuttle....we all get so used to referring to the "space shuttle" that it becomes just another noun...but when you stop to think that, hey - that thing going by is a freakin space ship...it's quite amazing.
Joined Aug 2011
Location: San Francisco