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Jun 06, 2020 12:24 |  #391

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Wow that’s a great piece of work. I cant even begin to think how that’s done.

Thank you. To get the effect, I use the Droste filter from Photospiralysis.com. It’s pretty easy after you do a couple.




  
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Jun 07, 2020 10:45 |  #392

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Jun 07, 2020 11:27 as a reply to  @ fotoi's post |  #393

Thanks for that Fotoi, much appreciated.


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Jun 08, 2020 14:34 |  #394

1955 DEHAVILLAND BEAVER DHC-2, shot from Alcatraz May 2019. Unfortunately high noon not good lighting conditions.

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Jun 08, 2020 14:59 |  #395

4matic wrote in post #19075753 (external link)
1955 DEHAVILLAND BEAVER DHC-2, shot from Alcatraz May 2019. Unfortunately high noon not good lighting conditions.

Well I love them! Great aeroplane and I’ve always wanted to try floatplane flying! I’m left wondering though what the wire is that’s coming out of the back of the aeroplane. Some sort of HF aerial? Anti-static line? Fishing rod? :lol:


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Jun 08, 2020 15:11 |  #396

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Well I love them! Great aeroplane and I’ve always wanted to try floatplane flying! I’m left wondering though what the wire is that’s coming out of the back of the aeroplane. Some sort of HF aerial? Anti-static line? Fishing rod? :lol:

Thanks Mark. Was thinking the same mate. My thoughts could be for an ad banner, no idea.


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Jun 08, 2020 16:56 |  #397

4matic wrote in post #19075767 (external link)
Thanks Mark. Was thinking the same mate. My thoughts could be for an ad banner, no idea.

Phoenixuk wrote in post #19075763 (external link)
Well I love them! Great aeroplane and I’ve always wanted to try floatplane flying! I’m left wondering though what the wire is that’s coming out of the back of the aeroplane. Some sort of HF aerial? Anti-static line? Fishing rod? :lol:

Just a rope. It's used for tying the plane to a pier, and a safe place to grab the plane to turn it around, or otherwise move the plane. You can see shorter lines for the same purpose hanging from the wing near the structs, in the images above.




  
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Jun 08, 2020 23:49 |  #398

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Just a rope. It's used for tying the plane to a pier, and a safe place to grab the plane to turn it around, or otherwise move the plane. You can see shorter lines for the same purpose hanging from the wing near the structs, in the images above.

Thanks for the clarification Capn Jack.


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Jun 09, 2020 00:03 |  #399

Firefighters in action. Shot through smoke/haze/heat @600mm.

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Jun 09, 2020 01:55 |  #400

Capn Jack wrote in post #19075821 (external link)
Just a rope. It's used for tying the plane to a pier, and a safe place to grab the plane to turn it around, or otherwise move the plane. You can see shorter lines for the same purpose hanging from the wing near the structs, in the images above.

Thank you for that Capn Jack! A mooring line is not something that I have to contend with flying from a grass airfield! :lol:


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Jun 09, 2020 15:38 |  #401

Photocall...super hornet on departure


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Jun 09, 2020 16:28 |  #402

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Nice,

Very dramatic and quite different.

Thanks for sharing

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Jun 09, 2020 16:44 as a reply to  @ KeBul's post |  #403

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Jun 09, 2020 17:29 |  #404

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Firefighters in action. Shot through smoke/haze/heat @600mm.


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Interesting that the MD-80 has it's gear down during the dump.

Probably to help keep the airspeed low...


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Jun 09, 2020 18:09 as a reply to  @ TustinMike's post |  #405

I believe it has to do with throttle and warning lights...good article on it, the FAA Required it for dropping retardant..
I caught him at a fire, and he was dropping by my house, soon as power came in gear came up..




  
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